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New Media Journal

There is a new Media Journal being published by Birmingham City University:

Reprezentology – the Journal for Media and Diversity

Reprezentology

A unique new publication shining a light on diversity across all forms of the UK’s media industry was launched on Friday 4 December.

The new journal titled ‘Reprezentology – the Journal for Media and Diversity' has been supported by Birmingham City University and Cardiff University to examine how the country’s media represents the population it serves, and is the first publication of its kind to bring together academia and media practitioners for a mix of research and written articles.

More information on iCity at https://icity.bcu.ac.uk/News/New-publication-to-examine-diversity-in-UK-media?utm_campaign=2020-12-09%20Tiger%20Today%20- %20Staff&utm_medium=email&utm_source=CMA_COMMUNICATIONS%20OFFICE&utm_content=

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