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SETTING THE AGENDA FOR EUROVISION STUDIES, Friday 28 May 2010 — University of Oslo, Norway

ERN Inaugural Symposium Location: Room 205, Plan 2 (2nd floor), Bygning 4 (building 4) >>How to get there 9:00AM REGISTRATION 9:30AM INTRODUCTION: Setting the Agenda for Eurovision...

CFP: Setting the Agenda for Eurovision Studies (Oslo - May 2010)

EUROVISION RESEARCH NETWORK The Eurovision Research Network (ERN), founded in 2009, is an association of academics, broadcasters, journalists, and other individuals and organisations with an...

The Future for British Television A One Day Symposium, 27 May 2010, Rich Mix, London E1

Please join us at the following event: The Future for British Television A One Day Symposium Venue: Rich Mix 35 - 47 Bethnal Green Road London E1 Date: Thursday May 27th 2010 9:30 am - 6:00 pm...

The Department of Media and Communication at the University of Leicester cordially invites you to join us for the following lecture on Wednesday May 5th:

A Challenge both Alarming and Alluring: Advertising Agencies and the Rise of TV Advertising in Post War Britain Dr Sean Nixon, University of Essex This paper reflects on the ways in which...

Television and the British General Election 2010, 11 May 2010, University of Westminster, Marylebone Road Campus

The University of Westminster and the Media Society 11 May 2010 6.00pm University of Westminster Hogg Lecture Theatre Marylebone Road Campus Panellists include: Craig Oliver (General...

Second Coming: The Rebirth of TV Drama, 6 May - 25 June, BFI Southbank

Don't miss our two-month season showcasing some of the best original British (short-form) TV dramas from the last decade, including live Q&As and debates with many of the writers. The season will...

The Future of the Broadcasting Licence Feein Times of Media Convergence, 6/7 May 2010, Maritim Hotel, Bonn, Germany

On the first day the legal, economic, and administrative requirements for the funding of public service broadcasting will be discussed, and the role of the licence collecting agencies will be...

‘YOUTH, NEW MEDIA & SOCIAL CHANGE’, 8 May 2010, University of Northampton

International Conference: Organised by the School of Social Sciences Date: Saturday 8th May 2010 Venue: LT C101, University of Northampton, Park Campus, Northampton NN2 7AL, UK This conference...

THE PUBLIC INTELLECTUAL: FEMINISM, POWER, CELEBRITY, 25 May 2010, British Library

As more and more academics develop public profiles on television, radio and the internet, and research policy is increasingly geared to social and economic 'impact', this is an exciting time to...