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The EMMTEC was treated to a speech by John Pilger, where he revisited some of the hard-hitting documentaries he has made.
Journalists and PR practitioners debated the influence of public relations on the news on February 22nd at the University of Lincoln, arguing over whether PR is killing “real journalism”.
Journalists and spinners debated the influence of public relations on the news on February 22nd at the University of Lincoln, arguing over whether PR is killing “real journalism”.
Michael Ford, a former BBC Radio 4 presenter, spoke about media ethics at the University of Lincoln on Monday, November 30th, saying that “journalism has tended to lack a strong ethical framework”.
The veteran journalist told a packed EMMTEC on Monday night that “journalism has been best served by the honourable exceptions”, and that young journalists should have “a scepticism about power”.
The University of Lincoln is to create and maintain the archive of renowned journalist John Pilger. The plans were officially unveiled by John Tulloch, the head of the Lincoln School of Journalism.
Renowned journalist John Pilger will be the first speaker in the Lincoln School of Journalism’s series of guest lectures this semester.
The Lincoln School of Journalism has become one of the first to receive a “Recognised for Excellence” award from the European Journalism Training Association.
Scholars in the Lincoln School of Journalism have set up a new research group – Media of Diaspora Research Group (MDRG) – to study the interrelationship between the immigrant populations and the media in Lincolnshire.