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Dr Martin Moore

Dr Martin Moore

  • Academics

Senior Lecturer in Political Communication Education & Director of the Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power

Research subject areas

  • Politics
  • Arts, culture and media

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Biography

Martin Moore joined the Department of Political Economy as a Senior Lecturer in Political Communication Education, and as Director of the Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power at King’s College London, in 2018. Prior to this he was a Senior Research Fellow in the Policy Institute at King’s.

Before joining King’s, Martin was the founding director of the Media Standards Trust (MST), an independent charity dedicated to fostering high standards in the news media, from 2006-2015. During this time the MST won a Prospect Think Tank of the Year Award (2011) and a Knight News Challenge award (2008). He completed his doctorate in the department of International History at the London School of Economics in 2004, where he subsequently taught undergraduates in history. Before completing his doctorate, Martin spent over a decade working in media and communications – with the BBC, Channel 4, NTL, AT&T and others.

Research

Dr Martin Moore's research interests include the following: Political Communication, Technology Platforms, Journalism, Fourth Estate, Digital Dominance, Media Regulation and the Future of Democracy.

Teaching