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Organisations for Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies

Advertising Standards Authority

Article 19 - Global campaign for free expression
Article 19 is a human rights organisation with a specific mandate and focus on the defence and promotion of freedom of expression and freedom of information worldwide.

British Board of Film Classification

British Film Institute (BFI)

British Universities Film and Video Council
BUFVC offers moving images and audio resources for learning, teaching and research. Facilities include the Off-Air Recording Back-Up Service, online databases such as Television and Radio Index for Learning and Teaching (TRILT), British Universities Newsreel Database (BUND) and the Researchers Guide Online

Broadcasters Audience Research Board

Commonwealth Broadcasting Association

Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Department for Children, Schools and Families

European Broadcasting Union

European Journalism Centre
A forum for journalists, media executives and journalism educators

European Newspaper Publishers' Association

Film Distributors' Association

International Federation of Journalists

International Women's Media Foundation

National Museum of Photography, Film and Television
Opened in Bradford in 1983. The home page contains useful links to other photography sites, also film and television.

Newspaper Society

Ofcom: Office of Communications

Periodical Publishers Association
The Periodical Publishers Association (PPA), is the trade association for UK magazine and B2B media publishers

Press Complaints Commission

Royal Television Society

UK Film Council

Video Standards Council

Voice of the Listener and Viewer

World Association of Newspapers
A major international organisation promoting press freedom, fosters communication between newspapers executives of different cultures and promotes international co-operatrion between members

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