Research & analysis
The Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power explores how news provision, political communication, public discourse, civic engagement and media power are changing in the digital age. Through empirical research, it informs academic and public policy debates and civic society responses, in order to help promote diversity, fairness, transparency and accountability in media and communication. The centre is led by Dr Martin Moore.
Submission to the Consultation on Online Harms White Paper
Weaponising news: RT, Sputnik and targeted disinformation
UK media coverage of the 2016 EU Referendum campaign
Submission to the Inquiry into Fake News
Submission to the Consultation on the Leveson Inquiry and its Implementation
Uganda: Online news and Twitter coverage of the 2016 election
Monopolising local news: Is there an emerging local democratic deficit in the UK due to the decline of local newspapers?
Tech giants and civic power
Better protecting BBC financial independence An exploratory report for the BBC Trust
UK election 2015: Setting the agenda
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