Whose Pictures? - Seminar

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The way in which the three major nightly television newscasts give a different visual look to the same story. Blending bought-in and pooled news footage and specially-shot footage, each broadcast will inevitably have its own ideological character. The 'stories' they tell and their messages are likely to be carried by images as much as words. 

Part of the Visual Imagery in the Mass Media lecture series exploring the nature of imagery in the media and the strategies employed by broadcasters and journalists to restrict, and often simultaneously exploit, the multiple meanings of those images.

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This event was on Tue, 08 Apr 2008


Professor Christopher Cook

Christopher Cook is a broadcaster and journalist. His work can be found in places such as the Guardian and the New Statesman, as well as...

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