Skip to content

News

Documentary producer Dr Janet Harris (left), pictured in Iraq in 2003.

New course for documentary film-makers

7 February 2019

Demand for documentaries has grown dramatically with the rise of streaming services.

Man being interviewed

Rise of alternative news sources

25 January 2019

New research project examines a growing trend in how people access political coverage

A man and a woman shake hands across a table

Fully-funded PhD Scholarships for 2019

20 December 2018

Apply before 1 February to study along the ESRC Journalism and Democracy pathway.

Mark Walport visit

Sir Mark Walport visits Cardiff University

18 December 2018

UK Research and Innovation chief executive finds out more about Clwstwr Creadigol

Klaudia Jaźwińska

Marshall Scholar

18 December 2018

Recipient of prestigious scholarship pursuing ambition to be investigative journalist

Keyboard with a green email button

Future of Journalism 2019: Call for papers opens

5 December 2018

The seventh biennial conference in the series will return in September 2019.

algorithms

Will algorithms predict your future?

19 November 2018

Study reveals how data scoring is commonplace when allocating vital services

Professor Philip Alston and Dr Lina Dencik

Digital welfare in the UK

8 November 2018

UN Special Rapporteur’s visit hears how digital systems impact those living in poverty.

A happy student holding a tablet.

Good Times for Communications and Media studies

24 October 2018

The School has been ranked 7th in the Times Good University Guide 2019.

St Fagans National Museum of History using the Traces app

Digital storytelling app to be presented at San Francisco Expo

17 October 2018

Traces, Dr Jenny Kidd’s bilingual digital storytelling app, will be presented at Digital Heritage expo 2018