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IMMJMA Graduation 2017

In October the UoB-BFSU International Multimedia Journalism  MA Program held it’s annual graduation event. A total of 18 students graduated and the event was also attended by #IMMJMA alumni and partner media organisations such as China Daily and CGTN. Stacy Xue, one of our current 17/18 cohort caught up with some graduates and alumni to find out […]

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The End of Newspapers and Future of News

Australian futurist Ross Dawson will be hosting a short discussion at Beijing Foreign Studies University on 19 May to discuss the changing media environment in China. Ross Dawson is well known for his formulas to predict a newspaper extinction timeline around the world which currently estimates the end of printed news in metro China to […]

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Stephen Mayes lecture March 2011

The second intensive workshop ended on 18 March with a lecture by Stephen Mayes, managing director of VII Photo in New York, and co-secretary of the World Press Photo jury. Stephen is one of the leading figures in the industry, and he spoke to the students about the new approaches to photojournalism that are required […]

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Term 1 finishes in Beijing

The first term of the International Multimedia Journalism MA finished with a two week intensive in late November 2010. Guest lecturers Tania Branigan, Linda Kennedy, Robert Pledge, Jonak Kessel, Brian Palmer, Dan Chung, Huang Wen and Adam Dean joined with tutors D J Clark and David Campbell to teach and discuss the changing world of […]

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MA prominent at Orange Photo Festival

The Orange Photo Festival in Changsha, China – held during October 2010 – was dominated by work and talks from MA programme staff and students. The festival was part-organised by graduates Wang Xi and Jerry Liu and included a multimedia workshop by lecturers D J Clark and David Campbell, exhibitions by many graduates and staff, […]

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New MA course starts in Beijing

At the end of September 2010 a new batch of students started the MA International Multimedia Journalism course in Beijing. The students are mostly professional media practitioners including designers, photographers, writers and film makers. It is a global class, with people from the Americas South and North, East and Western Europe, as well as from […]

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