Television Production, International Trade and Pressures to Consolidate
Tue, 31 Jan 2023 13:05:19 GMT
A new Policy Briefing by Policy and Evidence in the Creative Industries (PEC) Co-investigator Professor Gillian Doyle discusses the crucial role of independent TV production firms, challenges of retaining ownerships of rights and the role of public service broadcasters in growth of the sector.
Neo-regulation of internet platforms discussed in Oxford
Wed, 25 Jan 2023 15:18:49 GMT
Philip Schlesinger presented an invited paper on ‘The neo-regulation of internet platforms? The British model considered’, in the session on ‘Internet regulation: issues and challenges’, at The Oxford Internet Policy & Politics Conference 2023 on 21 January 2023.
PSM and the Digital Challenge: Purpose, Value and Funding
Wed, 11 Jan 2023 14:30:30 GMT
The ESRC has awarded a grant of £473,133 to the University of Glasgow for a three-year study on 'PSM and the Digital Challenge: Purpose, Value and Funding' to be led by Professor Gillian Doyle (PI) and Raymond Boyle (CoI) in the Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR).
Scoping Culture and Heritage Capital
Tue, 08 Nov 2022 14:25:00 GMT
A new study, for which Professor Gillian Doyle was on the Advisory Group, that scopes how the value of arts, culture and heritage can be articulated and measured has been published on the UK Government’s Culture and Heritage Capital (CHC) portal.
Scotland’s sustainable media future
Fri, 30 Sep 2022 06:00:00 BST
With the backdrop of the constitutional question and amid continuing transformation in the media industries, the challenges and opportunities of how news and journalism relate to Scotland’s democracy are discussed in a new report based on key stakeholders’ candid views.
RSE-funded Sustainable Screens Scotland network
Tue, 27 Sep 2022 14:52:24 BST
Dr Inge Sørensen and CoI Dr Mark Wong, School of Social and Political Sciences, have launched the RSE funded Sustainable Screens Scotland network which will connect the Scottish film and television production industry, screen sector stakeholders, and academics across disciplines to promote the screen industry’s transition towards net-zero.
Irish Government welcomes FOMC Report
Tue, 12 Jul 2022 14:38:21 BST
The publication of the Report of the Future of Media Commission in Ireland, of which Professor Gilian Doyle of CCPR is a member, has been welcomed by the Taoiseach, Tánaiste and Minister for Media who have announced a major government initiative to support Ireland’s media sector.
REF Recognition: CCPR, Film & TV, Theatre
Thu, 12 May 2022 14:31:32 BST
The Centre for Cultural Policy Research, Film and Television Studies, and Theatre Studies, have performed exceptionally well in the REF2021 research assessment with 95% of the Unit’s research recognised as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.
Post-doc fellowship in China for CCPR PhD
Thu, 17 Mar 2022 15:08:26 GMT
CCPR warmly congratulates Dr Yanling Zhu, who has been appointed to a post-doctoral research fellowship in social science, foreign policy and public diplomacy at the Institute of Public Policy at the South China University of Technology.
Production, policy and power
Tue, 08 Mar 2022 15:24:02 GMT
Dr Inge Sorensen and Dr Caitriona Noonan article “Production, policy and power: the screen industry’s response to the environmental crisis” is now published in Volume 44, Issue 1 of Media, Culture & Society and is available at https://doi.org/10.1177/01634437211065697
‘Post-public sphere’ essay translated into Portuguese
Fri, 21 Jan 2022 12:00:15 GMT
Philip Schlesinger’s 2020 essay on ‘the post-public sphere’ has been re-published in Portuguese translation by the journal Mediapolis. It appears in a special issue celebrating the 60th anniversary of the original German publication of Jürgen Habermas’s famous book,