The perils of “being-there” in virtual reality journalism

Dr Leighton Evans is Senior Lecturer in Media Theory at Swansea University. He has written and…

England win Men’s Cricket World Cup in a last-ball thriller – now will the country see more matches on free TV?

Richard Thomas, Swansea University To say, “cricket was the winner” doesn’t really cover it. England’s astonishing…

BBC caught in the crossfire: why the UK’s public broadcaster is becoming a big election story

Richard Thomas, Swansea University and Declan McDowell-Naylor, Cardiff University The final week of campaigning for the…

How the Trump brand is faring, two years after the president’s inauguration

Sian Rees, Swansea University Donald Trump’s presidency has been a rocky one to say the least.…

In defence of media studies…it is the most relevant of contemporary degrees

As many university media departments waited, telephone receivers in hand and cursors hovering over spreadsheets for…

COAH Students go to Beijing !

In June 2019, 11 students from the Swansea University’s College of Arts and Humanities (COAH) arrived…

Jon Stewart: journey from satirist to political advocate is no laughing matter

Allaina Kilby, Swansea University When Jon Stewart quit the Daily Show, the satirical news and comedy…

UK election 2019: how the growing reach of alt-media is shaping the campaign

Richard Thomas, Swansea University and Declan McDowell-Naylor, Cardiff University The UK media landscape features a new…

Journalism in conflict: “For the sake of peace, whatever it costs…”

Louisa Esther Mugabo is an Erasmus Mundus MA student at Swansea University, specialising in War and…

Chedza’s trip to Windsor

Our Media and Communication PhD Student Chedza Simon attended a three day Commonwealth Futures: Youth Perspectives…