Pluto Press have featured a piece I wrote on privatisation and the media on their blog, here.
My piece on the media giants is now available to read on the New Internationalist website, here.
Oxford economist Simon Wren-Lewis has reviewed Media Amnesia in Open Democracy’s section on new thinking for the British economy, here. he’s also given an interesting analysis on the role of the media in austerity on his blog.
I was very happy to have the opportunity to speak at the People’s Assembly national conference on Saturday. It was a great event and I’m looking forward to taking part in future activities.
Part two of a trio of articles about media amnesia for Open Democracy.
This month’s issue of the New Internationalist is devoted to media and media reform. I have a piece in there and am one of this month’s featured authors. The New Int is a multi-stakeholder co-operative owned by its workers and 3600 small investors – of which I’m one. I grew up with this magazine and
Just had a new piece published in Open Democracy
My book Media Amnesia: Rewriting the Economic Crisis is out now with Pluto Press. From Donald Trump, to Brexit and the rise of nationalist populism across Europe, what role has the media played in shaping our current political moment? Following the news coverage of a decade-long crisis that includes the 2008 financial crash and the
My edited volume, co-edited with Steve Schifferes and Sophie Knowles, has just been published by Routledge. The Media and Austerity examines the role of the news media in communicating and critiquing economic and social austerity measures in Europe since 2010. From an array of comparative, historical and interdisciplinary vantage points, this edited collection seeks to
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