Tag Archives: New media

TRUTH, LIES AND THE INTERNET: SOME THOUGHTS

Demos yesterday published a new report “Truth, lies and the internet: A report into young people’s digital fluency” by Jamie Bartlett & Carl Miller. While it contains a number of points that can’t, reasonably, be disagreed with, it’s one of … Continue reading

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DID THE NETWORK BEAT MURDOCH?

Judging by the excitement in some circles it appears that there are an awful lot of people who believe that something fundamental has changed this week as the disgraceful antics at the News of the World finally bubbled to the … Continue reading

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DIGITAL BRITAIN: OPPORTUNITY MISSED

The publication of the government’s Digital Britain strategy, compiled by Lord Carter and released to a great deal of media attention and hype in June 2009, represents a most serious missed opportunity for a country seeking to play a major role in the future digital economy. Continue reading

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GAMES WITHOUT FRONTIERS

If you still think video games can be dismissed as kids’ stuff, perhaps it is time you thought again. The games industry is already huge and it is getting bigger every year. It has become an industry that performers can no longer afford to ignore. Fortunately, as Martin McGrath reports, Equity is already on the case. Continue reading

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