The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media

The Radio Journal is committed to high-quality, diverse research in the arena of sound broadcasting. The journal is published in association with the Radio Studies Network, the UK’s association for researchers and teachers involved in radio studies. Articles examine all aspects of audio media from practice and production in the industry to approaches towards teaching …Continue Reading

RSN Steering Group

Profiles of the members of the Steering Group of the MeCCSA Radio Studies Network, as of February 2018. Jo Coleman (Chair) Birkbeck College, London jo_coleman_home@yahoo.co.uk Jo is a doctoral student and associate tutor in Film, Media and Cultural Studies at Birkbeck College, London. She is conducting practice-based research into programming practices in local community radio. …Continue Reading

Resources

Radio research links Digital Radio Cultures in Europe A European research network. ECREA European Communication Research and Education Association Among its sections and networks, one is dedicated to Radio Research . Intellect, publisher of the Radio Journal, have a news blog for press releases, news and commentary about their publications. GRER: Groupe de recherches et …Continue Reading

Radio Studies Network – Contact details

Jo Coleman (Chair) Birkbeck College, London jo_coleman_home@yahoo.co.uk Pam Myers (Deputy Chair) The University of West London pam@rorschachradio.com Dr Portia Ellis-Woods (Social Media and Marketing Officer) Queen’s University, Belfast pelliswoods01@qub.ac.uk Gurvinder Aujla-Sidhu DMU Gaujla-Sidhu@dmu.ac.uk Richard Berry University of Sunderland richard.berry@sunderland.ac.uk Deborah Wilson David University of Lincoln DebWilson@lincoln.ac.uk Dr Janey Gordon University of Bedfordshire Janey.Gordon@beds.ac.uk Helen Gubbins University of Sheffield …Continue Reading

Unlikely voices: radio documentaries from the past and present

A MeCCSA Radio Studies Network event, within Sounding Out 5   Bournemouth University, Friday 10 September, 12.00 pm   Speakers: Mark Burman, Producer, BBC Radio Features   Ieuan Franklin, freelance film archivist   Matthew Linfoot, Director, Undergraduate Media Studies and Course Leader, Radio Production, University of Westminster   Paul Wilson, Curator, Radio at the British Library Sound …Continue Reading

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