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Des Freedman (Chair of the event, member of the Media Reform Coalition and Professor of Media and Communications in the Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London).<br />
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London, 15/09/2016. Today, "Media Reform Coalition", held a meeting at Student Central in Malet street called "The Media, The Movements and Jeremy Corbyn". From the organisers press release: <<[…] As part of the Media Reform Coalition’s ongoing campaign for a media that informs, represents and empowers the public, this event will bring together media activists, workers and scholars to explore the media's misrepresentation of progressive movements and voices and shape a response that does them justice […]>>. <br />
Speakers included: Ken Loach, film and television Director; Justin Schlosbergd, media activist, researcher and Lecturer at Birkbeck University of London; Greg Philo, Professor and Director of Glasgow University Media Unit; Kam Sandhu, co-founder of Real Media; Chris Nineham, National Officer of Stop The War Coalition; James Schneider, National Organiser of Momentum; Angela Towers member of No More Page 3 Campaign; Des Freedman Chair of the event, member of the Media Reform Coalition and Professor of Media and Communications in the Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London.<br />
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For more information please click here: http://www.mediareform.org.uk/blog/5-myths-corbyn-media-bias-labour & https://www.facebook.com/MediaReformUK/?fref=ts<br />
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For the Video of the Event please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNbRpjy51Io
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Des Freedman (Chair of the event, member of the Media Reform Coalition and Professor of Media and Communications in the Department of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London).

London, 15/09/2016. Today, "Media Reform Coalition", held a meeting at Student Central in Malet street called "The Media, The Movements and Jeremy Corbyn". From the organisers press release: <<[…] As part of the Media Reform Coalition’s ongoing...
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