Ofcom: Small Screen, Big Debate

Report by Nicky Foley, Film and Media student On 30 January 2020, staff from the UK’s media regulator, Ofcom, hosted a discussion with Stirling students on the future of public service broadcasting. Small screen, Big Debate is a qualitative research project which aims to hold Read More …

Masters of Television: Eden Taylor

In this series, we’re talking to students from our new television Masters programme – MSc Television Content Development and Production. It’s August, the last week of the Masters course, but Eden isn’t anywhere near the campus; since the beginning of August, she’s been working for Read More …

Creative Media Network Festival

The Creative Media Network Festival took place at BBC Scotland in Glasgow last week with a number of University of Stirling students attending masterclasses in subjects such as Pitching, Health and Safety on Location and Turning your Idea into Reality. A team from the MSc Read More …

Technology, Creativity and Transferable Skills

On March 28th, students from the Social Media Marketing module offered by the division of Communication Media and Culture (Faculty of Arts and Humanities) met industry partners from Stirling and Glasgow in occasion of the second edition of the “Technology, Creativity and Transferable Skills: Partnerships Read More …

CMC @ Stirling hosts MeCCSA conference Scottish debut

The University of Stirling’s Communication, Media and Culture Division was proud to host the Scottish debut of the MeCCSA annual conference, which took place from 9 to 11 January 2019 at the Stirling Court Hotel. The MeCCSA conference is considered the most significant annual media Read More …

European Awareness Day

  The Division of Communications, Media and Culture, University of Stirling is organising a European Awareness Day, which will take place from Tuesday 13 – Wednesday 14 June 2017. There will be two showings of a free music recital ‘Europe: What a Passion!’ at the Read More …

Students say NO to online extremism and make their #GenerationProud

Five students from the Division of Communication, Media and Culture (CMC) at University of Stirling have launched a social media campaign to say ‘NO’ to online extremism in all its forms. The campaign also aims at promoting tolerance and respect for each other, and encourages Read More …

Stirling Production Students win again at Scottish Student Journalism Awards

Communications, Media & Culture production students are on a roll with their current win at the Scottish Student Journalism Award taking them to 3 years in a row for Best Broadcast.  The quality and dedication shown by our students has been recognised and they winning Read More …