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  • EUSCREEN NEW EXHIBITIONS LAUNCHED

    The EUscreen virtual exhibitions were launched during August with 10 exhibitions exploring a range of topics from European identity to Television History and much more.
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  • COWBOYS OR INDIES REPORT

    We launched our industry report on the Independent sector’s role in multiplatform public service broadcasting on the 20th September 2012.
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  • Cultural Studies Review

    Cultural Studies Review is a refereed journal published twice a year in March and September. It publishes high quality research articles and innovative writing in the broad realm of cultural studies.
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  • REFRAME - An open access academic digital publishing...

    REFRAME aims to offer a range of scholarly and related creative and critical content – from relatively ephemeral or responsive forms of research output (project blogs, online film and video festivals, conferences and symposia, and audio and video podcasts
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  • Actors discuss 'performing the real'

    A new resource is now available online, in which 23 actors discuss their experience of and views about performing in TV and theatre dramas based on real events, and portraying real people.
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  • Media and the Riots - A Call for Action

    Media and the Riots - A Call For Action is the first report to examine the relationship between mainstream media and communities affected by the "riots" in English cities a year ago.
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  • Journal of European Television History and Culture

    The EUscreen project releases its peer-reviewed, multi-media and open access e-journal in the field of European television history and culture.
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  • CFP: Connected Viewing

    The Media Industries Project (MIP) of the Carsey-Wolf Center at UC Santa Barbara in collaboration with Warner Bros., is assembling a team of researchers for a large-scale project to investigate “connected viewing.”
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  • A Manifesto for Media Education - Symposium

    On 10 June 2011 around 70 people gathered for the Media Education Manifesto Symposium at RIBA.
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  • News International: 25 years on

    The exhibition opened on Sunday 1 May at the Marx Memorial Library, 37a Clerkenwell Green, London EC1R 0DU (nearest tube Farringdon). The exhibition runs until 31May,
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