School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies

Students working together creatively

Creative industries course launched

12 July 2018

New course to prepare students to work in one of the UK's fastest growing industries.

Two Central Square

Two Central Square ready for September enrolment

5 July 2018

The School's new home will open its doors for the first time this September.

A Silhouette of a TV Camera

Sustaining Film and TV Industries

21 June 2018

New research into the impact of screen agencies will be the first large-scale comparative study of its kind.

TV camera

Fundamental part of democracy

24 May 2018

Public Service Media analysed

Dr Lina Dencik

What are the implications of a data-driven society?

22 May 2018

Data Justice Lab brings together leaders in the field

Hay Festival

University experts line up for Hay Festival

21 May 2018

Cardiff Series: Trump, terror, language learning, lightning and a genetic disorder

QS World Ranking

QS World Ranking highlights Communications and Media excellence

1 May 2018

Ranking places School of Journalism, Media and Culture amongst the world's best

A keyboard with keys spelling fake news

Dow Jones workshop tackles fake news

6 April 2018

Students and executives from Dow Jones collaborate to improve trust in news coverage.

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Academics at the forefront of research into Brexit

29 March 2018

Cardiff University experts informing the debate

Wales Media Awards 2018

Multiple nominations for students and alumni in Wales Media Awards

19 March 2018

Two current students and seven alumni from Cardiff University lead nominations shortlist.

A man wearing a suit is interviewed by reporters holding microphones

Time to rethink election campaign coverage

9 March 2018

Dr Stephen Cushion's new book poses suggestions for an improvement in the effectiveness of election coverage.

Hattie Brett at the Tomorrow's Journalists conference in 2010

Hattie Brett returns to Grazia

27 February 2018

Alumna Hattie Brett has been appointed as the new editor of Grazia UK.

Logo of Cardiff University's School of Journalism, Media and Culture.

Change of School name launches year of major developments

29 January 2018

Name change to better capture the School's cultural based activities across research and teaching.

Paul Bowman play-fights with Meaghan Morris wearing MMA gloves.

Meaghan Morris appointed Honorary Visiting Professor

25 January 2018

New appointment recognises cutting edge cultural research relationship.

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Academic secures major ERC grant

15 January 2018

New Data Justice project to explore our understanding of datafication in relation to social justice.

The Bureal Local team including Charles Boutaud (third left) and Madhav Chinnappa of Google (second left)

Innovation award for developer-journalist Charles Boutaud

21 December 2017

MSc Computational Journalism graduate wins Press Gazette award.

Journalist Justice Baidoo

Alumnus wins at Food Sustainability Media Awards

7 December 2017

Graduate Justice Baidoo wins major international video journalism award

 News journalist Will Hayward posing with his NCTJ excellence award

News journalist Will Hayward wins NCTJ excellence award

28 November 2017

MA News Journalism alumnus Will Hayward has won the NCTJ's Trainee Features award.

Sian Morgan Lloyd - on the right

Sian Morgan Lloyd wins 'Rising Star' award

14 November 2017

Journalism lecturer recognised at Celebrating Excellence Awards.

UK Arab Commentators Forum in the Senedd Cardiff

School welcomes Arab media commentators to Cardiff

27 October 2017

First UK Arab Commentators Forum learns about UK media policy and practice.