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University’s Welsh-language ambitions shared at Eisteddfod AmGen 2021

3 August 2021

Introduction to new Welsh Language Academy part of festival coverage

Dr David Dunkley Gyimah

Call for greater focus on media diversity

6 July 2021

Second edition of Representology combines research with industry insights

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Connecting our alumni community

27 May 2021

Cardiff Connected lets you connect with old classmates and expand your professional network.

Professor Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, credit: Åsa Westerlund

New Dean for Research Environment and Culture

28 April 2021

Professor Karin Wahl-Jorgensen steps-up to exciting new role

Sir Lenny Henry leads media diversity journal launch

30 March 2021

Research aims to create an industry that reflects all parts of society

Cardiff has third largest film and TV cluster in UK, study shows

30 March 2021

Data maps the growth of creative industries in Wales

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Matt Walsh appointed as new Head of School

22 February 2021

Broadcast journalist and executive producer Matt Walsh succeeds Professor Stuart Allan.

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Seed funding totalling £80,000 awarded to projects from the Welsh screen and news sectors

15 February 2021

Clwstwr announces latest cohort of innovators to benefit from research and development support

Professor Anthony Campbell and Professor Barbara Chadwick

New Year’s Honours

8 January 2021

Members of the University community have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.

Reprezentology journal cover

Diversity in the UK’s media industry under the spotlight

8 December 2020

Academics and industry professionals investigate how the media represents the population it serves

Hannah Westall

Winner of Sir Peter Ustinov Scriptwriting Award announced

12 November 2020

Alumna Hannah Westall has won the scriptwriting prize awarded by the International Emmys

Duncan Bloy and Tim Holmes

Fond farewell to long-serving colleagues

26 October 2020

The School recently bid farewell to two highly-regarded colleagues, Duncan Bloy and Tim Holmes.

The Digital Lives of Black Women in Britain book cover

Black women’s digital creativity and online experiences highlighted

1 October 2020

Five-year project investigates the digital lives of Black women in Britain

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Creative industries in South Wales benefit from £900,000 to test new ideas

11 September 2020

Research and Development key to a thriving media and production sector, say academics

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Seed fund win for Creative Capital

11 August 2020

£50k kickstarts bid for global hub

Class of 2021 Virtual Celebration

Congratulations class of 2020

28 July 2020

This year’s ceremony and celebrations were streamed on YouTube Live.

Welsh football players in Euro 2020

The Cymru Commentator Challenge

21 June 2020

We’re inviting schools in Cardiff to work with pupils to create a 30-second piece of commentary of their favourite goal from this summer’s football.

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Effective communication between politicians and constituents vital for sustained political participation, experts say

11 June 2020

Covid-19 crisis means greater engagement between MPs and the public is needed, they add

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Communicating a crisis

21 April 2020

Find out how researchers across the School have used their knowledge to analyse the Covid-19 crisis

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New guidelines issued to help reporters navigate extraordinary time for news

7 April 2020

Responsible journalism vital during coronavirus outbreak, academic says