Mass Media

Why the Media Must be Impartial in the Run Up to the EU Referendum

Charlie Proctor | Posted 22.02.2016 | UK Politics
Charlie Proctor

The date is set and the arguments have begun. On June 23rd the people of the United Kingdom will get the chance to vote over their membership of the E...

The Boston Marathon Explosions: We Will Win, You Will Lose

Julian Tan | Posted 17.06.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Julian Tan

As terrible as that is, we can take comfort in the fact that while terrorists celebrate in that brief moment of human frailty, they always underestimate the strength of the human spirit. Like 9/11 and the London bombings have so powerfully demonstrated, we always bounce back and become stronger than before.

Crowd Control and the Power of the Hoax: What Can Advertising Learn from Stuntsters?

Mark Borkowski | Posted 14.05.2013 | UK
Mark Borkowski

The rise of the Now! Economy has most industries wondering what the next step is. For years now, many professions have looked on to the changes taking place in the way we communicate, stunned by the speed of change and unsure what the next steps are for their industry.

Circus Freak Shows: Bullying Culture, Mass Media and Personal Responsibility

Louise Pennington | Posted 14.02.2013 | Home
Louise Pennington

We shouldn't need the Leveson Inquiry to regulate the media. We should be holding the media accountable through our financial power. We can change print media simply by refusing to consume misogynistic, racist, disablist and homophobic stories.