Two papers on censorship

Written by Terry Flew on December 28, 2015

I presented two papers at the ACADEMIC RESEARCH, NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES AND THE CULTURE OF CONTROL interdisciplinary workshop, at the University of Wollongong from 2-3 October, 2015. The event was hosted by the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry in the Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, and organised by Mark McLelland and Andrew Whelan.

My public lecture for the Faculty, titled Porn, Censorship, Classification and Free Speech: Global Paradoxes in the Governance of Media Content, can now be downloaded

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Markets, Values and Governance: Economic Aspects of Public Service Media in Transition

Written by Terry Flew on September 10, 2015

I am delighted to be back in Moscow for the International Media Management Academic Association (IMMAA) annual conference, held at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, from 17-18 September.

The full program is here, and i will be part of a panel on “Markets, Values and Governance: Economic Aspects of Public Service Media in Transition”, with key figures in the field such as the legendary media economist Eli Noam, John Lavine, Elena Vartanova from MSU, and Patrick-Yves Badillo.

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Digital Media Law, Regulation and Governance

Written by Terry Flew on June 15, 2015

My keynote presentation to the Universitas 21 Graduate Research Symposium at Shanghai Jiao Tong University on June 12 can be accessed here.

My thanks to Professor Li Benqian, Head of the School of Media and Design at SJTU for the generous invitation to present. Thanks also to the other keynote speakers, Bill Dutton and Monroe Price, and to the 40 students from ten countries, as well as the SJTU volunteers, who made it such a wonderful event.

Slides form the

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