Tag Archives: Richard Keeble
How the University of Lincoln will be affected by the cuts to higher education funding will be discussed at the LPAC in an event at 5pm on Wednesday, February 23rd.
Watch the editor of Farmers Weekly Jane King talk about why Facebook is so important to find the readers working on farms.
The Journalists Speak Out on Journalism series of talks continues this semester with Bridget Kendall returning to the university.
Some of the most acclaimed and revered journalists in the country will be paying visits to the University of Lincoln in a series of talks hosted by Professor Richard Keeble.
Over a hundred people marched through Lincoln against public sector and jobs cuts on International Workers Day, Saturday, May 1st.
BBC Deputy Director General Mark Byford gave an insight into his career to a packed auditorium and explained how the BBC aims to have the best journalism in the world.
The Institute of Communication Ethics held its annual conference last Wednesday, October 28th, at Coventry University. The meeting was titled “I’m an ethicist… get me out of here” and focused on the concept of celebrity in the media.
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.