Mark Wheeler is Professor of Political Communications at London Metropolitan University. He spoke at the launch of Dr Petros Iosifidis' new book, Global Media and Communications Policy, in September 2011.
Michael Starks, editor of the International Journal of Digital Television, describes the interrelationships between national, global regional and global regulatory policies as they apply to the switch to digital TV. He spoke at the launch of Dr Petros Iosifidis' new book, Global Media and Communications Policy, at City University London in September 2011.
At the launch of his new book, Global Media and Communications, Dr Petros Iosifidis of the Sociology department at City University London describes the factors involved in today's global media networks, including the regulatory and market forces that regulate them. Dr Iosifidis' new book is out now, published by Palgrave Macmillan.
Professor Robert G Picard from the Reuters Institute at the University of Oxford gives a seminar entitled "Organisational Origins of the Media Industries' Troubled Responses to New Technology" at City University in May 2011.
Cees Hamelink is a distinguished scholar and author of many books on communication in the digital age. He holds two professorships in the Netherlands. He gives a seminar at City University, London, on the importance of meaningful communication.