Is there a Crisis in World Journalism? Dr George Nyabuga
Dr George Nyabuga is an award-winning journalist and acclaimed media trainer. He joined Media Convergence Group as Managing Editor earlier this year and has key responsibilities across the Group's multi-media platforms. Dr Nyabuga holds a PhD in Politics, History and Media and a Masters in Online Journalism. Nyabuga brings wide-ranging hands-on experience as a journalist in Kenya, South Africa and the US. He has taught journalism, media and cultural studies at Worcester and Coventry universities
Is there a Crisis in World Journalism? Professor Adrian Monck
Professor Adrian Monck is Managing Director and Head of Communications and Media at the World Economic Forum. The Forum is an independent, international organisation incorporated as a not-for-profit foundation in Geneva, Switzerland. He was educated at Oxford University and London Business School and went on to be an award-winning broadcast journalist with CBS News, ITN and Sky News. His work at Dunblane and in Bosnia received awards from the Royal Television Society, and on Rwanda won the speci
Is there a Crisis in World Journalism? Jeremy Paxman
Jeremy Paxman is a prominent and noteworthy presenter known and praised his abrasive and straightforward style of interviewing. He started his career in a local radio at BBC radio Brighton and in 1977, he became a part of BBC’s current affairs programme, Tonight. Was a reporter for Panorama and contributed to television programmes like Six O'Clock News and Breakfast Time. Owing to his commanding verbal skills, Jeremy Paxman became the anchor of BBC Two television programme, Newsnight. In 2003,
Does Local Commercial Radio Have a Future? - Phil Riley
Phil Riley is owner of 6 radio stations across the midlands. He joined BRMB in 1980 as a graduate trainee, and subsequently gained extensive programming experience as a Presenter, Producer, then Programme Director. Since 2007 he has advised a number of UK and European Media Group Boards on strategic issues. Here he discusses the future of local commercial radio.
Is PR Good for us? - Trevor Morris
Trevor Morris is Visiting Professor in Public relations at the University of Westminster and an author, business consultant and mentor. He was formally the CEO of Chime Public Relations, the UK’s largest PR group. Here he discusses his some of the issues in his book 'PR A Persuasive Industry?: Spin, Public Relations and the Shaping of the Modern Media'
What’s happening with Gaming? - Andrew Oliver, Blitz Games
Andrew Oliver is from Blitz Games. Here he discusses what is going on in the games industry as part of the TV graphics day at Coventry School of Art and Design.
Paying for the News? - Alan Rusbridger, Guardian Editor
Alan has been editor of The Guardian since 1995. Previously he was a reporter, columnist, features editor and the deputy editor of The Guardian. He is a member of the board of Guardian News and Media, of the main board of the Guardian Media Group and of the Scott Trust, which owns The Guardian. In this Coventry Conversation he discusses the future of the Guardian in light of recent financial losses.
Equality and Diversity in the Media - Dhiren Katwa
Dhiren Katwa is with the Environment Agency as External Relations Advisor. He has been a trustee of Birmingham Rathbone (a charity for people with mild to moderate learning difficulties) since 2007. In addition, he sits on the ITV Central Diversity Panel and on the Diversity Board of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and a member of the Equality Council of the National Union of Journalists. Here he discusses the current issues in making the media a more diverse and equal industry.
Afghanistan Conference - Are we embedding the truth?
This conference was organised by Coventry University, Journalism.co.uk and the BBC College of Journalism to discuss the role of the media in the Afghanistan conflict. Speakers included Stuart Ramsey, Vaughan Smith, Jonathan Marcus, Tim Luckhurst, Jon Williams, Brigadier Mark van der Lande, Hanan Habibzai, Richard Keeble and Fred Mudhai. Chaired by Kevin Marsh.
Otis Visiting Artist: Amanda Ross-Ho
Fine Arts presents Amanda Ross-Ho. Amanda gathers together apparently mismatched media, including found objects, photographs, drawings, sculptures, paintings, and video clips, into installations driven by her urge to imbue these groupings of impersonal materials with individual identities. At the same time, the assemblages reflect sociopolitical and formal concerns that range from renegotiating definitions of high art versus craft to exploring the dimensional tension between sculpture and photog
Michael A. Young, CEO, Grady Health Systems - IMPACT
October 13 - IMPACT presents Michael A. Young, CEO, Grady Health Systems Michael A. Young brings more than 28 years of healthcare industry leadership to Grady Health System where he joined the health system as President/CEO on Sept. 2, 2008. Young began his career at Lancaster General Hospital & Health System in Lancaster, Penn. During his tenure there, Young built a new Women's Hospital, Orthopaedic Hospital and cutting-edge ambulatory services program. Most recently, Young was President and
An optimization method of the facility location by genetic algorithm
In planning of community-facilities, it is important to decide the facility location to provide the effective service for residents. The behavior of residents using the facility and the evaluation methods of the location have been studied. But, finding the optimum location is very hard in actual planning because the volume of calculation depends on the number of feasible locating points of facilities. To conquer the difficulty of searching the optimum location, we propose an optimization method
Festival of Britain AA98_07001 South Bank Exhibition site, Lambeth, London. General view of the Dome of Discovery exhibition pavilionunder construction in Lambeth. It was designed by Ralph Tubb for the Festival of Britain in 1951. Photographed by Eric de Mare.
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South Bank Exhibition site, Lambeth, London. General view of the Dome of Discovery exhibition pavilionunder construction in Lambeth. It was designed by Ralph Tubb for the Festival of Britain in 1951. Photographed by Eric de Mare.
Duke Medicine Profiles: Gerard C. Blobe, MD, PhD
Get to know Duke Medicine's medical oncologists.
Bank Users, Not Money - Marissa Mayer, Stanford Entrepreneurship
Google has proven that if you build it, they will come, and their mass of tools to keep users logged in has been the crux of their success. Vice President of Search Products & User Experience Marissa Mayer elaborates on this strategy, pointing out that money - and advertisers - will always follow consumers. Focus on building sticky media that draws in a wide audience, and the method to its monetization will follow.
Talk: Arianna Huffington on "The New Media Landscape"
The co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post speaks about "The New Media Landscape" and how the economic crisis is a threat to democracy
1 6. Conclusion This unit has explored the ways in which moving and still images may motivate and inspire pupils in their understanding of music. You may find it helpful to share your experiences of using images with your peers, perhaps through a short presentation to your department.
This unit has explored the ways in which moving and still images may motivate and inspire pupils in their understanding of music. You may find it helpful to share your experiences of using images with your peers, perhaps through a short presentation to your department.
Episode 44: Ethics in Psychiatry and Medical Training Prof Sidney Bloch speaks to Up Close host Jacky Angus about the development and role of ethics in psychiatric practice as well as in the education of doctors. Sidney Bloch -
Prof Sidney Bloch speaks to Up Close host Jacky Angus about the development and role of ethics in psychiatric practice as well as in the education of doctors.
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The ultimate guide to Google Earth for Teachers and Students When Google Earth launched in 2004 it was one of the web’s original ‘Wow!’ tools that people really stood up and took notice of. Today it is in an i
When Google Earth launched in 2004 it was one of the web’s original ‘Wow!’ tools that people really stood up and took notice of. Today it is in an i
Episode 108: Intellectualizing infidelity: A feminist remix Political scientist Dr Lauren Rosewarne combines the academic and personal in a critical, feminist examination of being the ìother womanî in a affair with a married man. With host Jennifer Cook.
Political scientist Dr Lauren Rosewarne combines the academic and personal in a critical, feminist examination of being the ìother womanî in a affair with a married man. With host Jennifer Cook.