Posts Tagged: “media history”

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PR education history archive online

An insight into the first decade of PR education in the UK has just been posted online. It is the archive of the Public Relations Educators Forum (PREF) from 1994 to… »

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L-R: Simon Rook (BBC) Tony Stoller (BU) and Paul Wilson (British Library) at an archives summit held at the British Library.

Promoting and leading British radio archive policy

Despite being a rich source of social, cultural and political history, radio archives are mostly inaccessible. Research by the Centre for Media History (CMH) at BU was the motivation behind a committee formed to raise awareness of the problem. The committee strongly supported the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) to make their catalogue available to the public via the British Library (BL) and the research itself informed the library’s new sound archive policy.

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CMH members visit to Sweden

Centre for Media History

The Centre for Media History seeks to: Stimulate an interest in media history Develop partnerships with national and international partners to promote the study of media history Work for the… »

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Wendover Artist Residence 2008-10. 
Funded by The Henry Moore Foundation, Bournemouth University and Centre for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI).

Emerge – Critical Media Practices

The researchers in this cluster have a long standing, shared interest in how artist led collective and collaborative practice shapes and delivers societal impact. The research is underpinned by in depth knowledge… »

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Addressing the Audience: European Historical Perspectives

BU’s Centre for Media History hosted this one day seminar, attended by colleagues from Sweden, Germany, Denmark and the UK. Key notes were given by Patrik Lundell (Lund University) and Kate… »

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