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'X-Factor or X-ploitation? Vulnerable Workers in Film and TV', 8 December 2010, Nothumbria University

Tweet Northumbria University's School of Arts & Social Sciences and School of Built & Natural Environment present a joint Research Seminar: 'X-Factor or X-ploitation? Vulnerable Workers in Film...

Media Plurality, 14 December 2010, Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House, Aldwych

Tweet We would like to invite you to a panel discussion looking at the issue of Media Plurality in the light of the News Corporation's bid to take full ownership of BSkyB. Our panel will be...

BLEEDING PLATFORMS DRY: MULTIPLATFORM PRODUCTION, THE FUTURE OF INDIES AND PUBLIC SERVICE BROADCASTING, 1 December 2010, University of Portsmouth

As part of its annual seminar series, the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research (CCCR) at the University of Portsmouth will be hosting the following event. Details Dr James Bennett (London...

Department of Media and Communication - Coventry University, Research Seminar Series 2010-2011

Term 1 - Open Media - Digital Media have become ubiquitous. Our experiences are on the verge of being mediated and augmented non-stop via mobile and web-based recording devices which offer...

Teaching Adaptations: University of York, 1 December 2010

(A free study day organised by the English Subject Centre and Teesside University) Film and television adaptations of literary and other texts are a popular and expanding area of study for...

Media and Politics Research Seminars, University of Liverpool

The Media and Politics Research Group is pleased to announce further seminars at the University of Liverpool. The research seminars are scheduled to take place on Tuesdays, 4.30pm-6pm. Please see...

CFP: Questioning Transnationalism: Culture, Politics and Media, 17 December 2010, Royal Hollway, University of London

deadline: 15 September 2010 Royal Holloway College, University of London The Departments of Media Arts and Politics and International Relations (PIR) Keynote Speakers: Prof. Thomas Diez...