Bake-Off, X Factor, Bromans… it’s no surprise that people in the UK love TV. Viewers are increasingly spoilt for both choice and quality, as traditional broadcasters, streaming services like Netflix, […]
My contribution (embedded below – an expanded version of an article previously written for The Conversation and republished by PBS, Salon and others) to Brexit, Trump and the Media, edited by John Mair, Tor Clark, Neil Fowler, Raymond Snoddy and Richard Tait.
Last month saw the closure, after seven years, of TheMediaBriefing, the popular media and analysis website which blended “original analysis, insight and reporting on industry trends, challenges and opportunities … from around the […]
First published by TheMediaBriefing. Mary Meeker’s annual internet trends report is a must read for media leaders. Brimming with rich data and case studies from around the world, this year’s […]
My slides for “Fake News: Why It Matters and How to Fight It” an event hosted by Eugene Public Library, May 23 2017. “UO Journalism professors Damian Radcliffe and Peter […]
First published by TheMediaBriefing Where are newsrooms placing their bets over the next few years? And what do senior execs identify as the barriers to innovation and success? These are […]
First published by TheMediaBriefing. Will engagement continue to be the media buzzword of 2017? Newsrooms, agencies and publishers are all bandying the term about. But what does it mean? And […]
Since January 2016, I’ve been fortunate to have the opportunity to curate a special speaker series, Demystifying Media, which brings industry and academic experts to the School of Journalism and […]
Originally published on TheMediaBriefing Every year PwC produces an annual study looking at major developments in the world’s media and entertainment sectors. Blending five-year forecasts and historic data from the […]
Presentation given to the What is Media? conference in Portland, April 2016. My slides explore seven major tech trends and how they are impacting on content creation and distribution.