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  • Former New Scientist Chief Picture Editor speaks to journalism students on photography, magazines, and the future of print.
  • Only by knowing more about customers can media companies hope to compete with Facebook in creating more relevant and personal experiences, which may eventually lead to revenue.
  • The Laboratory enables you to undertake practical work assignments using facilities that you would find in the modern digital media industry.
  • Paul Bradshaw who runs the MA in Multiplatform and Mobile Journalism at Birmingham City University writes about three types of journalistic bot that have emerged in the last few years.
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Computer Games Technologycourse leader,Dr Carlo Harvey is actively involved in games and graphics research and brings a wealth of award-winning experience to the course. His course has previously won the TIGA Award for Best Education Institution, and has been nominated several times since. Carlo has worked with Jaguar Land Rover on a project aimed to drive digital prototyping forward and construction magnate ARUP on learning from virtual spaces to better inform their space design. Captec Win Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2016 Captec, the Hampshire-based business that design and manufacture specialist computing platforms for industry, is today… The award-winning specialist in electronic and computing technology, Captec, is strengthening its commitment to the UK defence industry with renewed membership to ADS.

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The Heacket is described as the world’s ultimate heated jacket, powered by a heated panel. We may also see the first commercial implementations of new Lithium metal battery technologies, which promise to double capacity. Having said that, no-one will be taking risks on safety given Samsung’s problems last year with ‘exploding phones’.

Dr Karen McNally appointed to Arts and Humanities Research Council Peer Review College

Other venerable print publications, such as Tempo magazine, Kompas newspaper, and The Jakarta Post, have strengthened their paywalls. Freelance life and getting ahead Simon Cadman, Senior Lecturer in Journalism, reports on a talk freelancer Mia Alberti gave to London Met journalism students. Former New Scientist Chief Picture Editor speaks to journalism students on photography, magazines, and the future of print. The unpredictability of the world in 2017 is unlikely to put journalists out of business, but there are many ways in which journalists and media companies will be using technology to deliver better and faster content in 2017. Traditional broadcasters, such as ABC News and the UK’s Sky News, have stuck with reporter-led narratives, whereas other outlets have experimented with character-led approaches. The BBC collaborated with Oscar winning Aardman Animations to dramatise the story of a Syrian family about to embark on a boat to Greece, one of many experiments published on its Taster website.