23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.6 [David Hayward]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 6

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC

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23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.5 [Tom Thomson]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 5

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC


23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.4 [Clifton Stewart]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 4

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC

23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.3 [Debra Davis]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 3

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC

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23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.2 [Simon Bucks]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 2

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC

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23
Apr
2012

Will (and can) Local TV work pt.1 [Steve Hewlett]

Will (and can) Local TV work? Part 1

This conference podcast is split into 10 parts

Chair: KEVIN MARSH, former Editor BBC Radio 4’s Today programme

Speakers include:

STEVE HEWLETT, The Guardian/ The Media Show, BBC Radio 4, SIMON BUCKS, Sky News Tyne & Wear, DEBRA DAVIS, City TV Broadcasting, CLIFTON STEWART, Coventry University, TOM THOMSON, managing editor of the Glasgow-based Herald & Times Group, DAVID HAYWARD, Head BBC Local TV experiment 2006, BARNIE CHOUDHURY, Lincoln School of Journalism, SHAUN HIDES, Coventry University, STEVE HARRIS, CUTV Local TV bidder/BJTC

23
Apr
2012

What Do We Mean By Local [Part 3]

A discussion in 3 parts.

Local journalism: its death and rebirth

Is the local press in Britain fighting for its life? Is death inevitable or can it re-invent and re-energise itself to find new audiences on new platforms?

Chair:

Ian Reeves, Kent University Centre for Journalism, former editor UK Press Gazette

Panel:

Professor Roy Greenslade from City University & Guardian columnist Chris Oakley, former CEO Midland Independent Newspapers, Regional Independent Newspapers; Neil Fowler, Nuffield College Oxford, former Editor ‘Newcastle Journal’ , ‘Derby Evening Telegraph’ Tom O’Brien: Founder ‘My Muswell Hill’ Ross Hawkes: Founder ‘Lichfield Live’

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23
Apr
2012

What Do We Mean By Local [Part 2]

A discussion in 3 parts.

Local journalism: its death and rebirth

Is the local press in Britain fighting for its life? Is death inevitable or can it re-invent and re-energise itself to find new audiences on new platforms?

Chair:

Ian Reeves, Kent University Centre for Journalism, former editor UK Press Gazette

Panel:

Professor Roy Greenslade from City University & Guardian columnist Chris Oakley, former CEO Midland Independent Newspapers, Regional Independent Newspapers; Neil Fowler, Nuffield College Oxford, former Editor ‘Newcastle Journal’ , ‘Derby Evening Telegraph’ Tom O’Brien: Founder ‘My Muswell Hill’ Ross Hawkes: Founder ‘Lichfield Live’

23
Apr
2012

What Do We Mean By Local [Part 1]

A discussion in 3 parts.

Local journalism: its death and rebirth

Is the local press in Britain fighting for its life? Is death inevitable or can it re-invent and re-energise itself to find new audiences on new platforms?

Chair:

Ian Reeves, Kent University Centre for Journalism, former editor UK Press Gazette

Panel:

Professor Roy Greenslade from City University & Guardian columnist Chris Oakley, former CEO Midland Independent Newspapers, Regional Independent Newspapers; Neil Fowler, Nuffield College Oxford, former Editor ‘Newcastle Journal’ , ‘Derby Evening Telegraph’ Tom O’Brien: Founder ‘My Muswell Hill’ Ross Hawkes: Founder ‘Lichfield Live’

23
Mar
2012

Les Reid, Data Journalism Masterclass

Les Reid works for the Coventry Telegraph. He came & spoke to First Year students in BA Journalism and Media about ‘Getting Researching into Local Politics’.
He demonstrated his approach for the research he made for a recent article about the Localism Bill, and gave students some tips into reporting accurate data.

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