744 minutes in category Media
Our system of law doesn’t acknowledge the derivative nature of creativity. Instead, ideas are regarded as property, as unique and original lots with distinct boundaries.
A documentary that takes us inside the world of Anonymous, the radical “hacktivist” collective that has redefined civil disobedience for the digital age.
Exploring London’s original and current illegal underground radio scenes.
As the phone hacking investigation that ripped through UK politics and media moves to the US, what next for Murdoch?
Too Many Friends explores the use of social media by the people that use it, the people that study it, and the people that just plain stay away.
2020 Vision: Future of TV is an industry initiative dedicated to exploring how television will evolve over the next ten years.
A couple of months ago the Austrian law student Max Schrems asked facebook to send him all their data stored about him. All Europeans have a right to do this, […]
Every day we use mobile phones. Computers became part of our life. Some people even can’t live without those devices.
9/11: It was a PR stunt which killed thousands and launched a propaganda war that has, so far, lasted a decade.
Throughout the Arab Spring the narrative of democratic change sweeping through the Arab world played well in the international media.
Episode 5 takes a loot at some programming trends in television, will it chance complete or stay more or less the same?
Episode 4 looks at how changes to the television platform are creating new opportunities for advertisers to grow deeper relationships with consumers.
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