Fighting for more nuanced representations

Sam Hobby is one of our 3rd Year Media and Communications students. He has written this…

Is social media killing sports journalism and PR?

MA student Charlie Hatfield talks clickbait, the “golden 25 seconds”, and how social media is reshaping…

US TV satire has lost its edge

US TV satire has lost its edge Inspiring/Shutterstock Allaina Kilby, Swansea University; Matt Wall, Swansea University,…

US election: horse-race reporting is media gold but democratic poison

Richard Thomas, Allaina Kilby, and Matt Wall look at the TV debates in the US…. The…

The race for the White House – never a dull moment

Keep up with the latest podcasts featuring Dr Allaina Kilby and Dr Richard Thomas from Media…

Swansea experts launch new podcast on the US 2020 presidential campaign

Media and Communications staff Dr Allaina Kilby and Dr Richard Thomas will be joining Dr Matt…

Coronavirus: BBC emerges as the UK’s clear favourite information source in new audience survey

Increasingly academic research is being presented in more accessible, journalistic formats. In this example written by…

Olivia votes YES for work experience with SKY News

Our MA student Olivia John describes the night she became part of what was probably the…

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…