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Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies

Remote control 24 hour news


Dedicated news channels have major impact on delivery of broadcast journalism

Dena Mohamed with Lady Roisin Pill Welsh Livery Guild


Scholarship success for Journalism student

Carwyn Jones First Minister for Wales visits Cardiff University


Carwyn Jones AM is quizzed during student Q&A session

stack of newspapers Science in the media


Major report draws on Cardiff research

Graduate gets ahead with GO Wales Graduate gets ahead with GO Wales


Minister praises trainee scheme for giving graduates a head start in today's job market

The future of journalism The future of journalism


Conference explores journalism in the modern world

Mr Sashi Kumar, Head of The Asian College of Journalism; Head of the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies, Professor Justin Lewis; Mr Tim Holmes; Sandra Elliott, Director of Communications and International Relations Division, Mr N Ram, Editor in Chief of the Hindu newspaper and Professor Duncan Bloy, School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies Training India’s journalists


Memorandum of Understanding signed with Asian College of Journalism (ACJ)

a remote control Citizen children


News provision must support children’s development as citizens

Setting the standard for journalists


Cardiff students achieve the highest pass rate for any UK journalism training course

Richard Scott Major new addition to journalism archive


Collection of work from five-time Fleet Street editor donated to University

Chrysler Building Cardiff University joins up with the Ivy League


High-profile tour builds on US interest in Cardiff

Newspaper How well does the BBC report on devolution?


New research shows under-reporting of Wales, Scotland and Ireland

Digital storytelling in Harlech A public voice


Welsh life as told by the people of Wales

Hugh Cudlipp Hold the front page


Researchers explore archive of journalism giant Hugh Cudlipp

Killing the messenger


More than 1,000 journalists have been killed trying to report the news in the last decade, a study based on research from the School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies has found.

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