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Three-D Issue 17: Hackgate and media reform

Hackgate has shocked the world. But this latest media scandal is shocking not because of the awfulness that the practice of phone hacking is and the lack of humanity it has revealed but because it has exposed a system that is deeply flawed. This system of commercial news and journalistic practice is now under the …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 17: Media policy in the headlines

Máire Messenger Davies University of Ulster Since the last issue of Three-D, media policy issues have been almost constantly in the headlines, particularly due to the phone-hacking story: the closure of the News of the World, the parliamentary hearings with the Murdochs and others, the withdrawal of News Corp’s bid for BSkyB, and ongoing public …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 16: Annual report of the Policy Network

Máire Messenger Davies University of Ulster There have been a number of events this year and our activities up to the end of September were reported more fully in the October issue of Three-D (see the website and email list MECCSA-POLICY@JISCMAIL.AC.UK). 19th March, 2010 Small group meeting with Jonathan Breckon, AHRC, and Simon Griffiths, British …Continue Reading

Report of Policy Network Meeting, London, 26 June 2009

Report by Máire Messenger Davies , MeCCSA Policy Network Co-ordinator 28 people attended this meeting, from universities all over the country. The meeting, including lunch and refreshments, was hosted by the School of Journalism at City, organised by Ivor Gaber and Howard Tumber – many thanks to them; the Dean of Arts and Social Sciences …Continue Reading

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