Tag Archives: Wales

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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Wales tops radio listening – but TV tops for local news

Adults in Wales listen to radio more than those in any other nation of the UK, according to Ofcom’s latest Welsh ‘market report’.  But they turn to TV as their main source for local news – again more than in … Continue reading

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Glamorgan Graduate Elected in Cardiff

THE political landscape of Wales has changed again today.  As the results of the council elections are revealed, it’s apparent that Welsh Labour is enjoying its best showing since local council reorganisation in 1996..

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Mission aborted – independent Welsh news consortium in new journal

The Association for Journalism Education has launched its new journal – Journalism Education – with papers looking at the current developments in the business, including the impact of Twitter. The journal includes a look-back at the previous government’s plans for … 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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Live blog: Is there a future for the press in Wales?

Virtually join our conference, Future of the press in Wales, which was held Saturday 19 Nov from 10am to 4pm. Our team of student journalists — Holly Stott-Penna, Tudor Rus and Therese Wynn-Davies — live blogged the event as it … Continue reading

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Citizen journalism or ‘talented reporters’ – what does Wales need?

The Assembly Member who’s heading up an inquiry into the media in Wales will be speaking at a conference on the future of the Welsh press on 19 November.

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Future of Broadcasting in Wales

Future of Broadcasting in Wales Conference – Institute of Welsh Affairs, Cardiff, 18 October 2011 Broadcasting chiefs, television producers and media analysts met in Cardiff last week (18 October) to discuss the future of broadcasting in Wales. The conference, organised … Continue reading

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Is there a future for the press in Wales?

A one-day conference at the Atrium in Cardiff – Saturday 19 November 2011. This is an opportunity to analyse the crisis in the Welsh press and to look for solutions which will provide the citizens of Wales with the journalism … Continue reading

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Spend on public service broadcasting in Wales falls again

The continued decline in spending on public service broadcasting in Wales is highlighted by Ofcom’s latest Communications Market Report, published today (19 August).

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