Peter Dimmock: Television pioneer and master of the deal

The death of Peter Dimmock, age 94, should be marked as the passing of a remarkable television pioneer. Among many firsts in television, Dimmock was the man behind the remarkable images of Queen Elizabeth II’s Coronation and the man who negotiated, smooth talked and cajoled Read More …

The Resurgence of a UK Radical Film Culture

SMRI’s Greg Singh Visits the 4th Annual Liverpool Radical Film Festival As most of my research and teaching these days centres on psychosocial aspects of digital media and creative industries, it’s not often that I get asked to participate in events that engage more traditional Read More …

Photojournalism Study sparks global debate on photo ethics

CMC research covered by Time, the New York Times and Social Media The recent publication of The State of News Photography: The Lives and Livelihoods of Photojournalists in the Digital Age has caused a great deal of debate in the industry worldwide. The study, which Read More …

Radio Students Receive Prize

The Jonathan Witchell Memorial Prize for Best Radio Feature 2015 has been awarded to Louise MacGregor, Jide Olanipekun, Elizabeth Ross and Martin Rowbottom. Their winning piece, “The Art of Storytelling” was produced last semester as part of their third year module in Radio Feature Production. Read More …