Philip Schlesinger was the respondent in the online session on ‘Pandemic journalism: walking the tightrope between science and politics?’, which was part of the ‘Coronavirus, statistical chaos and the news’ joint symposium of Bournemouth University, Royal Statistical Society, and Association of British Science Writers, held on 4 December 2020. For those who want to follow the proceedings, the event will be posted online soon by the three bodies concerned.
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04 DecPhilip Schlesinger presented his analysis of ‘The future shape of platform regulation’ to Ofcom’s Advisory Committee for Scotland on 1 December. The talk drew on his current research in the AHRC-funded Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre’s programme of work. Committee members raised a wide range of questions.
17 NovTo launch a new book edited by Xavier Ginesta et al called Sport, Globalisation and Identity, there will be a webinar on 24 November at 5pm. It will feature short presentations from some of the contributors, including Raymond Boyle. Details are at https://info.uvic.cat/sport-globalisation-and-identity/