CCPR is a dedicated postgraduate media, communication and cultural policy research environment. The Centre is also home to research projects such as the ESRC-funded ‘Television Production in Transition: Independence, Scale and Sustainability’.
CCPR collaborates with CREATe the centre for copyright and new business models in the creative economy.
Our projects and the researchers working on them all contribute to the research culture and interact with PG students through a programme of workshops and seminars.
Current research in CCPR
Previous research in CCPR
- RCUK-funded CREATe programme project on The New British Film Policy
- RCUK-funded project on Converging Technologies and Windowing Strategies
- European Commission-funded H2020 project, CulturalBase: Social Platform on Cultural Heritage and European Identities
- Royal Society of Edinburgh-funded workshops on Commissioning Creativity and Funding Film
- Royal Society of Edinburgh-funded workshops on ‘1707 and 2014: The National Press, Civil Society and Constitutional Identity in Scotland’ (2016-2017)
- ESRC-funded project on Multi-platform media and the digital challenge: Strategy, Distribution and Policy
- AHRC-funded project on The UK Film Council: A Case Study of Film Policy in Transition
- AHRC-funded project on Supporting Creative Business: Cultural Enterprise and its Clients
- RSE-funded workshops on Shaping Scotland’s Talent: Change, Flexibility and New Pathways in the Screen Industries
- RSE-funded seminars on Securing Scotland’s Voice: Strategic Responses to the Digital Media Revolution in the National Press
- Creative Scotland-funded project on 21st Media Literacy
- AHRC-funded project on Music and Dance - Beyond Copyright Text
- OECD-funded research on Audiovisual Trade and Cultural Policy
- AHRC-funded project on Public Understanding of Business: Television, Representation and Entrepreneurship
- AHRC-funded project on The Scottish Arts Council 1967-2007: arts governance and national identity
- AHRC-funded project on Creativity: policy and practice. A study of government, the BBC and UK Film Council
- European Commision-funded study of Indicators for Media Pluralism in the Member States
- Carnegie Trust-funded project on Film Criticism Research