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Media and Citizenship: Transnational Television Cultures Reshaping Political Identities in the European Union, 7 December 2009, City University, London

Monday 7 December 2009 09.30 – 13.30 Northampton Suite, City University London, Northampton Square, London EC1V 0HB (Map) Preliminary results of an EU-funded project looking at how Arabic...

Saints or Sinners: the role of the media in the financial crisis, 2 December 1009, 6.30 pm, City University London

An event organised by the Graduate School of Journalism, City University London, in conjunction with the BBC College of Journalism Panel Discussion Speaker(s): Gillian Tett, Assistant Editor,...

The Power of the VHS, A BUFVC one-day meeting, 9 December 2009 • bfi Southbank

The humble VHS is, rightly, regarded as a disposable commodity and not an archive medium, but the recordings on these cassettes are sometimes unique and irreplaceable. Since 1989 UK Universities...

Media and the Inner World, 12 December 2009, The Crown Tavern, Clerkenwell

TASTE, HUNGER & THE MEDIA We would like to invite you to our next round table event entitled Taste, Hunger and the Media which will be followed by the MiW festive party. The date for your diary is...

CAMRI seminar December 2009

Wednesday 9 December 2009 Room: E 4.4, Time: 2:00-4:00 pm Creating Preschool Television: A story of Commerce, Creativity and Curriculum Jeanette Steemers Professor, School of Media, Arts &...

United Kingdom! Radical Television Drama, November - December 2009, BFI Southbank

BFI Southbank hosts a two month season of cinema screenings, events and talks exploring how radical television playwrights addressed society and politics in the 60s and 70s, responded to the...