Reconsidering Media Economics

Written by Terry Flew on October 16, 2014

This presentation to the Faculty of Journalism at Moscow State University is the first public presentation of the ideas that Stuart Cunningham, Adam Swift and myself develop in the forthcoming book, Media Economics, to be published by Palgrave in May 2015.

A sound file of the presentation can be accessed from here.

Farewell to Frank Stilwell

Written by Terry Flew on March 26, 2013

The University of Sydney is hosting farewell events for Professor Frank Stilwell over Easter. Frank was one of the founders of political economy in Australia, and it was my great pleasure to have him as a teacher from 1983-86, and to work with him as a colleague from 1987-90. The commemorative events at U. Sydney include a Conference, a Dinner, an Exhibition and Reflections event, and a Book.

As I was unable to travel to Sydney, I prepared a statement

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Resurrecting Media Imperialism

Written by Terry Flew on May 24, 2012

This is a copy of the paper prepared by Colin Sparks at Hong Kong Baptist University for the ICA Virtual Conference. I will be on in the same session of the Global Communication and Social Change Division of the ICA 2012 conference in Phoenix this Friday.

I think that Sparks’s paper makes a vitally important contribution on two levels. First, he correctly reasserts the vital and ongoing role of the state in shaping the media and communications landscape. Global media

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