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About Stuart Allan's personal blog

Stuart Allan is Professor of Journalism and Communication in the School of Journalism, Media and Culture (JOMEC) at Cardiff University, UK.

New blog posts on Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) in the UK

Tom Chivers and I have published two new posts on the PSB Blog with the Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC) website (Nesta, London). Chivers, T. and Allan, S. (2022) ‘Privatising Channel 4: The evidence behind the debate,’ 12 … Continue reading

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New articles in The Conversation and CITYAM.com

Chivers, T. and Allan, S. (2022) ‘BBC funding: licence fee debate risks overlooking value of UK’s public broadcasters,’ The Conversation, 19 January. “The proposed two-year freeze in the TV licence fee has prompted a lively debate about BBC funding… Here … Continue reading

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What is the Public Value of Public Service Broadcasting?

Pleased to share a discussion paper Tom Chivers and I have co-written: Chivers, T. and Allan, S. (2022) ‘What is the Public Value of Public Service Broadcasting?: Exploring challenges and opportunities in evolving media contexts,’ Creative Industries Policy & Evidence … Continue reading

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Today – 12 noon – Citizen journalism in China

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New article in Digital Journalism

Hoping you are well. I’m pleased to say a conceptual article Chris Peters and I have co-authored has appeared in the journal Digital Journalism. DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2021.1903958 ‘Weaponizing Memes: The Journalistic Mediation of Visual Politicization’ Chris Peters & Stuart Allan This … Continue reading

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Deadline fast approaching for Future of Journalism conference abstracts

Sharing a reminder that the deadline for submitting an abstract to Cardiff University’s biennial Future of Journalism conference (@cardiffjomec) is this Friday, 5th March. Abstracts as first author (500-750 words maximum), with no more than two abstracts in total, should … Continue reading

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New article: ‘Im/partial inflections of 9/11 in photo-reportage’

The inaugural issue of the new journal Digital War, edited by Andrew Hoskins and William Merrin, is taking shape. It was kind of the editors to invite me to contribute an article: ‘Im/partial inflections of 9/11 in photo-reportage’ Abstract: Photo-reportage … Continue reading

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New article – ‘The Visual Citizen in a Digital News Landscape’

Chris Peters and I have co-written a new article for the journal Communication Theory, published by Oxford University Press. Here is the abstract: “This article’s contribution to theory-building focuses on the everyday circumstances under which journalism encourages a civic gaze. … Continue reading

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“Photojournalism’s 2020 Vision”

Happy New Year! I am pleased to contribute to 2020 Vision: Forecasts for the year ahead from Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Culture with this post: With allegations of ‘fake news’ continuing to spark acrimony across the breadth … Continue reading

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Special issue: Citizen Journalism in China

Global Media and China Volume 4, Number 1, March 2019 Special Issue: Citizen Journalism in China Guest Editors: Xin Zeng, Stuart Allan, Savyasaachi Jain and An Nguyen Introduction: New perspectives on citizen journalism — Xin Zeng, Savyasaachi Jain, An Nguyen … Continue reading

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