The award-winning Guerrilla Pictures, in association with Wikileaks, today announces the release of its WebDoc and iPad App to accompany its feature-length documentary, THE ENGINEER.
The Centre for Journalism and Communication Research (CJCR) is pleased to announce the publication of Journalism: New Challenges, edited by Karen Fowler-Watt and Stuart Allan.
Professor Barry Richards recently gave first public airings to part of his current research project on Anders Breivik as a case study in anti-state political violence.
Richard Scullion, Roman Gerodimos, Dan Jackson and Darren Lilleker publishes edited collection entitled: The Media, Political Participation and Empowerment (Routledge, 2013)
NRG recently hosted a screening of BU’s award-winning 30-minute film, Rufus Stone, in Kimmeridge House. Following the film, Kip Jones (HSC & Media School) discussed the use of narrative research, biography and autobiography in creating the film’s story and script. Rufus Stone is the culmination of an ESRC NDA three-year research project that explored the biographies of older… Read more » about Rufus Stone Screening and Discussion
The conference aims to bring together media academics, regional and local proprietors and journalists, community media workers and activists, local politicians, policy makers, political parties and the public to consider Leveson’s recommendations.
Overview of seminars and films screenings hosted by the Journalism Research Group in the spring semester, 2013.
Overview of seminars and films screenings hosted by the Journalism Research Group in the autumn semester, 2012.