March 2006

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MOVIEMail

I just make a quick note of moviemail as they sell political videos and BFI ones. Also I am trying to collect all my previous writing, audio, video and academic research on a new website. Am not sure how it will look like and how to structure, so am comparing with other similar websites. I Read the full article…


Panorama

Panorama Article to be accompanied by a fact box of about 200 -300 words: Name coined from the fantastic view out of the office window at the BBC headquarters at Alexandra Palace. The first episode was broadcast on 11th of November 1953 and was a disaster as the audio tape of a brainwashed spy was Read the full article…


Critically assess the value of objectivity as the dominant professional perspective in journalism.

Objectivity can induce both: better and worse journalism. Of course, if it would encourage better coverage of events it should be the dominant value in future journalism, but, on the contrary, if it would cause flawed coverage then it should not. Objectivity can hinder analysis, the question why, background research and interpretation of events and Read the full article…


A TV programme I just can’t get out of my head

Last Friday, for some strange reason I ended up watching Channel4’s Adopt me, I am a teenager. I can’t just get it out of my head. On the website it says: “Justine and Lakeisha are two teenagers desperate to be adopted. They live in America, where a radical approach to adoption has been pioneered. In Read the full article…


National Union of Journalists stops support for participatory media

The Guardian launched ‘Comment is Free’ 2 weeks ago. Basically, the Guardian is opening up its commentary and opinion pieces up for discussion. There are some audio pieces discussing the blogs [ Mediatalk – Guardian Media Podcast | Panel Discussion about ‘Freedom of Speech’ ] Unfortunately my own podcast hasn’t yet progressed much. The Gallery Read the full article…