Monthly Archives: July 2012

MediaAct: a new platform and network for media accountability?

On Friday and Saturday (27-28 July) I joined a group of European media bloggers in Bristol for a seminar organised by MediaWise, the EU MediaAct project at UWE and the NUJ New Media Industrial Council. MediaAcT is a European research … Continue reading

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Tweets from #mediaact, Bristol, 27-8 July 2012

Good to meet & listen to bloggers at #mediaact wknd. Will Europe ever get a media accountability platform? What a cliffhanger! Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Pinterest Share on Google Share on Linkedin Share by email Mike … Continue reading

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Law and Media Round Up – 30 July 2012

Inforrm's Blog This is the final Inforrm Law and Media Round Up before the summer.  The Parliamentary recess has begun and the Trinity legal term ends tomorrow – the Michaelmas legal term does not start until October.   Over the next … Continue reading

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