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    Something ‘sacred’: Has Macron created a new political media strategy?

Something ‘sacred’: Has Macron created a new political media strategy?

This article is by LSE MSc student Claudia Cohen.

In the aftermath of the French presidential election, many people said that the mainstream media’s positive narrative around Macron’s personality helped him win. It was implied that the two were involved in a mutually beneficial relationship: he won power, they had an exciting story. Now, several months after the election, this […]

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    Filling the Void: How to Talk to an Audience that Doesn’t Want to Listen

Filling the Void: How to Talk to an Audience that Doesn’t Want to Listen

This article is by LSE MSc student Jack Marks

What is the role that emotions play in the use, and misuse, of social media? According to journalist, lecturer and author Marcus Gilroy-Ware, much of the excessive use of social media is compulsive, automatic, and a result of hedonic, emotional relationship we have with social media.

In a talk at LSE, Gilroy-Ware […]

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    It’s not just Trump: Macron and Zeman are increasingly hostile towards journalists

It’s not just Trump: Macron and Zeman are increasingly hostile towards journalists

This opinion piece by Maureen Heydt, student of MSc Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

It’s not just Donald Trump. The Presidents of both France and the Czech Republic have shown a troubling disdain and even aggression towards the press in recent weeks. It is a development that is threatening not only the safety […]

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The challenge of connecting digital readers to quality content

This article by Polis LSE Summer School student Eleanor Jackson.

My Government teacher once told our class, somewhat jokingly, we should always read The Economist when flying. Why? Because once when a student of his began reading The Economist on the plane, a man sitting next to her commented on her good taste in news reading. After a brief conversation, […]

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Does choice create less media diversity?

This article by Polis Summer School student Hanna Darroll  

We now have more choice of media sources than every before, but is this abundance actually creating a more diverse political news diet?

As part of the Polis LSE Summer School Ros Taylor, Managing Editor of LSE’s Democratic Audit, facilitated an insightful discussion about the dynamic relationship between the evolution of news […]

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