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Tag Archives: Channel 4
Jul 20 2013
This report by Polis Summer School student David R Myles on how one foreign correspondent deals with the unique challenges of invetigating original stories around the world. Imagine this: You are a journalist sitting in the passenger seat of a rickety SUV, … Continue reading
Posted by: July 20, 2013
Oct 6 2009
A breakfast tour of the 25th Turner Prize show is a nice way to start my birthday, but did I really understand what I was seeing? In the end, all non-specialist journalism about contemporary culture returns to one question: Is It … Continue reading
Posted by: October 6, 2009
Jul 8 2009
Detours are the straight way to success on the Internet (Matt Locke at Polis Summer School – guestblog)
How do you catch the attention of young people in a world, where the amount of information available is so massive, indeed,, for all practical reasons, infinite? That is the question Matt Locke, commissioning editor on Channel 4, is facing everyday, … Continue reading
Posted by: July 8, 2009
Jun 15 2009
If you really want to know what is happening in Iran, go online. Tonight, the brilliant Lindsey Hilsum from Channel 4 News had an exclusive interview with an opposition politician and great pictures of her in the heart of the … Continue reading
Posted by: June 15, 2009
Mar 12 2009
The news that the BBC is planning to share its studios and other facilities with ITV regional news indicates that the fortresses of British public service broadcasting are coming tumbling down.
Posted by: March 12, 2009
Feb 11 2009
Sorry to be positive two days in a row, but Jon Snow’s blog is very, very good. Why? because it is absolutely his voice, character and journalistic talent on display without ties, cameras and autocues to get in the way.
Posted by: February 11, 2009
Jan 29 2009
Channel 4′s Dispatches on the media coverage of the Gaza dispute was an excellent exposition of the effects of the Israeli media blockade. Now Channel 4 have staged a debate with members of the public, experts and media practitioners. Here … Continue reading
Posted by: January 29, 2009
Jan 22 2009
A lot of talk here from Secretary of State Andy Burnham onwards about the public and yet the citizen is strangely absent. The Oxford Media Convention is the media community drawing up its annual wishlist and airing its collective angsts.
Posted by: January 22, 2009