News & Events
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Recently published Beyond WikiLeaks opens a space to reflect on changes to the transformations that result from new forms of leak journalism and transparency activism.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Two of the school’s lecturers have been recognised at the Enriching Student Life Awards for their work to enhance the University experience of their students.
Event Details: May 24, 3:00PM, Julian Hodge Building
Carl Bernstein will discuss with Professor Richard Sambrook the events that led to the uncovering of the Watergate scandal and his career in Journalism in the Julian Hodge Building at 3pm. #Bernsteinatjomec
Event Details: May 29, 4:00PM, Room 0.14
Dr Arne Hintz will hold a book-launch on Wednesday 29 May at 4pm in room 0.14 for his new book Beyond WikiLeaks: Implications for the Future of Communications, Journalism and Society.
Event: July 17, 1:30PM - 3.30PM, Bute Building
On Wednesday July 17th, students from Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies will graduate at St David's Hall, Cardiff. The ceremony will take place at 10:00AM.
Conference Date: 12th and 13th September 2013, Bute Building
Following the success of the conferences in 2007, 2009 and 2011, we are delighted to announce that the fourth in this series of biennial research-based conferences - to be hosted by the Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC) and sponsored by Routledge Taylor and Francis - will focus again on the topic: The Future of Journalism.
The plenary speaker will be: Professor Robert G. Picard
A Special issue: Cosmopolitanism and the New News Media by Guest Editors: Lilie Chouliaraki and Bolette Blaagaard. Authors include Natalie Fenton; Mervi Pantti and Simon Cottle.
A Special Issue on Cross Continental Views on Journalistic Skills by Guest Editors: Leen d’Haenens, Michaël Opgenhaffen and Maarten Corte.
First Edition: Digital Journalism provides a critical forum for scholarly discussion and analysis of the implications of digital technologies for the practice and study of journalism.
Volume 1 Issue 1 features essays from Oscar Westlund, Farida Vis, Kristy Hess, Neil Thurman and Anna Walters.
The first ‘Rapid Response’ issue of JOMEC Journal: a collection of essays on media and the Olympic Games. The events, questions and debates surrounding the London Olympics.
Commentary, debate and opinion from Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies
Posted May 21, 2013 by Dr John Jewell
Posted May 7, 2013 by Professor Richard Sambrook
Posted May 7, 2013 by Dr Andy Williams
Cardiff Journalism Podcast
Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
Centre for Journalism alumni Dan Hewitt, Megan Boot, Peter Smith and Tom Brown spent a day providing advice, tips and help during a practical news production day where students were working on television, radio and online features.
While they were here, they chatted to Cardiff video journalism tutor Tony O’Shaughnessy about what they’ve been up to since they left…