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Reporting Dangerously: Journalist Killings, Intimidation and Security

20 June 2016

The new book provides case studies and first-hand accounts from journalists working in some of the most high-risk places in the world today

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Journalism and public relations retain top spot in Guardian university guide

27 May 2016

Guardian's university guide ranks journalism and PR 1st for the second successive year

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Journalism students and software developers launch hackathon

26 May 2016

Cardiff University brings together journalism students and software developers to ‘Hack the Local’

Cardiff University student Olivier Van den Bent-Kelly

PR student secures prestigious graduate scheme job at Edelman

24 May 2016

Leading global communications firm Edelman have recruited an up-and-coming Cardiff University student.

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Festival of digital storytelling

13 May 2016

A week of events to highlight the best in digital journalism and digital storytelling.

Professor Stuart Allan signs the new agreement with Associate Professor Dr Shahzad Ali of Bahauddin Zakariya University, Pakistan.

New visiting student agreement with Bahauddin Zakariya University

25 April 2016

Postgraduate research agreement aimed at promoting scholarly activities and international understanding.

Professors Ian Hargreaves (left) and John Hartley

Creative citizenship - the emerging story of our time

21 April 2016

Professor Ian Hargreaves new book, The Creative Citizen Unbound, reports on a 3-year AHRC-funded project

Special issue of Digital Journalism

Special issue of Digital Journalism marks Twitter’s 10th anniversary

14 April 2016

To mark Twitter’s 10th anniversary, Professor Bob Franklin explores the relationship between journalists and social media

Cardiff student Niko Kommenda and The Guardian’s editor-in-chief Katherine Viner

Google News Fellowship for Niko Kommenda

8 April 2016

MSc Computational and Data Journalism student selected for prestigious Fellowship at The Guardian

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Coding the story

25 March 2016

Journalism and Computing students tackle national news innovation challenge

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British media coverage of ‘migrant crisis’ amongst the most aggressive in EU

17 March 2016

‘Anti-refugee’ and ‘Fortress Europe’ approaches very strongly endorsed by British right-wing press

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Public Service Television Inquiry announces Cardiff event

11 March 2016

Welsh audiences to feed in to national Inquiry led by Lord Puttnam

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Understanding the Welsh elections

9 March 2016

University launches new online projects to help public better understand forthcoming Welsh Assembly Elections

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Research data reveals the risks faced by journalists

11 February 2016

Cardiff University data identifies the most dangerous countries to be a journalist

Jenny Kitzinger

Advance Decisions to Refuse Treatment (ADRT)

8 February 2016

Action needed to improve understanding and take-up in Wales

Magnum photojournalist Ian Berry

Photojournalist Ian Berry to deliver guest lecture

4 February 2016

Magnum photojournalist Ian Berry will deliver the second Nick Lewis memorial lecture hosted by Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies.

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Women are seen more than heard in online news

3 February 2016

New research using Artificial Intelligence finds men’s views and voices more prominent than women’s.

Lloyd Lewis

Promising Cardiff student called up for Wales Sevens

29 January 2016

Lloyd Lewis called up for the Wellington and Sydney legs of the HSBC Rugby Sevens World Series

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PhD student secures European research opportunity

26 January 2016

Hiu Chan to begin research with Professor Roel Vande Winkel in Belgium

Associate Professor Jake Lynch

Jake Lynch to deliver first research lecture of 2016

18 December 2015

Visiting Fellow from the University of Sydney to open next year’s Research Seminar Series.