Author Archives: Huw Jones

About Huw Jones

Research Assistant at the Cardiff School of Creative and Cultural Industries.

New Publication Explores Theatre & Performance in Small Nations

Key questions about the relationship between theatre, performance, national identity and the nation are explored in a new collected of essays entitled Theatre & Performance in Small Nations, published by Intellect.

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Professors and punks playing in harmony

Huw D Jones examines a new report for the Higher Education Academy on how universities can support the live music industry in Wales. The live music industry in Wales is currently worth about £60 million per year – about 4% … Continue reading

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Towards a Welsh media policy

Huw David Jones reports on the findings of an Assembly inquiry which calls for a media policy forum to advise Welsh Government Lately the media sector in Wales has been going through something of a crisis.  In October 2011, BBC … Continue reading

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Local TV aims to boost Valley’s economy

Today saw the launch of 3VTV, a new local television channel for Blaenau Gwent. Run by the Micro-Broadcasting Centre in partnership with the University of Wales, Newport, the channel will broadcast via the internet short films  about local people, made … Continue reading

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The Media Policy Agenda for Wales

As the UK Government prepares to publish its Communications Green Paper, the first step towards a new Communications Act, Huw David Jones reports on the priorities for Welsh stakeholders.  This blog was orginally published on the LSE Media Policy Project. … Continue reading

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