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1 What's the point of opinion journalism in the digital age? What's the role of opinion writing within journalism, including the place of opinion journalism, specifically in the news media, in a world where many of us have many ways of expressing our opinions and reading other’s opinions, including on social media? Rasmus Nielsen, Karen Attiah 11 Oct 2021
2 How journalists can better cover the climate crisis In this episode of our Future of Journalism podcast, we look at the news media's role in covering the climate crisis. Wolfgang Blau, Meera Selva 27 Sep 2021
3 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 6. Impartiality unpacked: a study of four countries This episode looks at impartiality and news and whether news audiences value journalism that takes particular perspectives on certain issues or news which presents a range of views leaving it up to the public to decide between them. Federica Cherubini, Craig T. Robertson 21 Jul 2021
4 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 5. How do people think about the financing of the commercial news media? This episode looks at public understanding of the financial pressures that the news media is under, how much they are concerned about it, and what they think should be done. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Richard Fletcher, Federica Cherubini 19 Jul 2021
5 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 4: Local news unbundled: where audience value still lies This episode focuses on how people engage with local news, and the sources of information, including local news outlets, social media and others, that news audiences use for various topics. Federica Cherubini, Anne Schulz 12 Jul 2021
6 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 3: Perceptions of fair news coverage among different groups This episode focuses on findings around perceptions of fairness among different groups including demographic characteristics and political leaning. Federica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 05 Jul 2021
7 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 2: How and why do consumers access news on social media? This episode focuses on how people get news about climate change and how this differs across different countries, age brackets and attitudes towards the issue. Simge Andi, Federica Cherubini 28 Jun 2021
8 Digital News Report 2021. Episode 1: What you need to know Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Nic Newman, Frederica Cherubini 21 Jun 2021
9 How to use metrics to understand your audience and sell subscriptions In this podcast we look at how one of the world's leading newsrooms uses data to inform various steps of the newsmaking process in order to engage with audiences and drive subscriptions. Sophie Ho, Federica Cherubini 03 Jun 2021
10 How press freedom is threatened in Hungary and Poland For World Press Freedom Day we look at the pressures on independent journalism in two EU countries Meera Selva, Peter Erdelyi, Jakub Krupa 29 Apr 2021
11 How can we amplify women's voices in journalism? In this episode we speak to to three women journalists from Kyrgyzstan, India and Indonesia discuss female representation in the news media, why they got into journalism, and how to ensure women’s voices and interests are heard. Meera Selva, Bermet Talant, Ipsita Chakravarty, Christine Franciska 04 Mar 2021
12 How to build a successful value-driven membership model In this episode of our 'Future of Journalism' podcast, we look at the values that drive a thriving membership model at an Argentinean news site Federica Cherubini, Chani Guyot 26 Feb 2021
13 Should platforms have the power to ban leaders like Donald Trump? Following the suspension or barring of Donald Trump by many of the largest social media and tech platforms, after his supporters stormed the Capitol building in January 2021, we explore the issues surrounding these decisions. Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Nikhil Pahwa 15 Jan 2021
14 How 2020 changed journalism In this final Future of Journalism podcast of the year, members of our senior leadership team reflect on this momentous year for journalism and what we can perhaps look forward to next year Eduardo Suárez, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Meera Selva, Federica Cherubini 18 Dec 2020
15 The impact of COVID-19 on daily news podcasts Author of a new report into the trends around news podcasts during the COVID-19 pandemic Nic Newman discusses his findings. How successful are these podcasts? What different formats exist? What do news outlets need to consider? Frederica Cherubini, Nic Newman 30 Nov 2020
16 How 2020 is changing newsrooms around the world Rasmus Nielsen speaks to Federica Cherubini about her report looking at the central challenges facing news organisations in 2020 according to a survey of 136 newsroom leaders from around the world Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Frederica Cherubini 09 Nov 2020
17 How to engage with your audience: why public editors still matter Kathy English, former public editor of the Toronto Star, discusses what public editors do, their role in ensuring accountability to readers, and how reader engagement via public editors has changed over the years. Meera Selva, Kathy English 09 Nov 2020
18 How the BBC addresses the challenge of disinformation worldwide Rebecca Skippage, leader of the BBC’s Disinformation Team, discusses it's efforts to address mis/disinformation, its decisions about weighing in on misleading or false information and the disinformation unit’s relations with the rest of the BBC Meera Selva, Rebecca Skippage 09 Nov 2020
19 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 5: How People Access News about Climate Change This episode focuses on the how people get news about climate change and how this differs across different countries, age brackets and attitudes towards the issue. Frederica Cherubini, Simge Andi 10 Jul 2020
20 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 6. How should journalists cover politics? In this episode we look at what people think when it comes to the news media covering politics. Frederica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 25 Jun 2020
21 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 4. Newsletters and podcasts: how to create news habits in your audience In this episode we look at ongoing changes to news habits and how outlets can reach and engage audiences to develop sustainable news habits. Frederica Cherubini, Nic Newman 25 Jun 2020
22 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 3: Who will pay for the news? This episode focuses on the public's willingness to pay for news, what motivates them and what could persuade them. Frederica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 25 Jun 2020
23 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 2: The future of local news Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report. This episode focuses on our findings on the state and future of local news. Federica Cherubini, Anne Schulz 15 Jun 2020
24 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 1: What you need to know Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report Federica Cherubini, Nic Newman, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 15 Jun 2020
25 The role of the Today programme in a national crisis Sarah Sands, editor of the Today programme, on the role of the BBC flagship radio news show Sarah Sands 09 Jun 2020
26 A new wave: female editors and new audiences Meera Selva and Simge Andi of the Reuters Institute discuss the implications of their research on the numbers of women leading newsrooms around the world Meera Selva, Simge Andi 16 Mar 2020
27 A dangerous moment: reporting Hong Kong's protests Emily Tsang, reporter at South China Morning Post and Wei Du, international correspondent at Channel News Asia, describe the difficulties of covering the protests against the controversial extradition law Emily Tsang, Wei Du 24 Feb 2020
28 2e. Artificial Intelligence and the news Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, gives the fifth talk in the second Ethics in AI seminar, held on January 27th 2020 (postponed from December 2nd 2019). Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 27 Jan 2020
29 Virtual Reality News: the post-hype reality in 2019 Zillah Watson, Commissioning Editor of the BBC's VR Hub discusses the potential for engaging news audiences through virtual reality Zillah Watson 22 Nov 2019
30 The State of Journalism Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4 Dorothy Byrne 05 Nov 2019
31 QUADcast episode 1: Careers - an interview with Jonathan Black, Director of the Careers Service. In this episode, Richard and Tabitha visit Jonathan Black, Director of the Careers Service here at the University to talk about the benefits our alumni can still receive from the service. Jonathan Black 03 Dec 2018
32 Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism Alan Rusbridger, former editor of the Guardian, talks about the newspaper industry, what makes good journalism, the role of social media and tech giants and the future of journalism. Alan Rusbridger 02 Nov 2018
33 Arab Media in the New Age George Hawatmeh (Jordan Radio and Television Corporation) gives a public lecture on Arab media in the new age. Chaired buy Philip Robins (St Antony's College). George Hawatmeh 01 Jun 2018
34 In pursuit of repertoires of news consumption. Analysing how people use news media in everyday life Kim Schroder gives the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Kim Schroder 01 Jun 2018
35 Creative Commons Restoring trust in news Alessandra Galloni, global news editor, Reuters, gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Alessandra Galloni 07 Feb 2018
36 Broadcasting in the age of Brexit and Trump Justin Webb, BBC Today presenter, Radio 4 gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by David Levy. Justin Webb 16 Jun 2017
37 Producing news videos that young people care about Sakhr Al-Makhadhi, Acting Executive Producer, AJ+, gives a talk for the Reuters Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook Sakhr Al-Makhadhi 13 Jun 2017
38 News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, deputy editor, the Economist gives a talk as part of the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with an introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Standage 19 May 2017
39 Women on Air – where are the experts? Suzanne Franks, professor of journalism, City University, London, gives a talk for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Suzanne Franks 11 May 2017
40 Creative Commons Investigative journalism in the age of social news Tom Warren, investigations correspondent, BuzzFeed UK gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Warren 10 Mar 2017
41 Creative Commons Newsweek: Legacy title as startup Part of The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series, with Owen Matthews, Contributing editor and former Moscow and Istabul Bureau, Chief, Newsweek. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Owen Matthews 01 Mar 2017
42 Creative Commons Digital transformation - the organisation challenges Introduction by Richard Sambrook Lucy Küng 09 Feb 2017
43 Creative Commons Quartz: a mobile-first approach to news Part of the the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series, by Akshat Rathi, Reporter, Quartz. Introduction by RIchard Sambrook. Akshat Rathi 04 Nov 2016
44 How the BBC reaches digital audiences in South Asia Roopa Suchak, South Asia workstream lead, BBC gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Roopa Suchak 31 Oct 2016
45 From Afghanistan to a more dangerous world Christina Lamb, Foreign affairs correspondent, Sunday Times, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Christina Lamb 31 Oct 2016
46 Creative Commons How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series by Nic Newman, digital media strategist and research associate, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Nic Newman 14 Oct 2016
47 Creative Commons Wars and Rumours of Wars This lecture introduces the series and asks how many people took part in war in Henry VIII's England and how far those not directly involved were aware of what was happening. Steven Gunn 12 Oct 2016
48 Creative Commons OxPeace 2016: Is the world a more dangerous place today? John Simpson CBE, World Affairs Editor, BBC News, gives the after dinner conference speech at the 2016 OxPeace Conference. John Simpson 30 Jun 2016
49 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, Deputy Editor, The Economist, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Tom Standage 09 Jun 2016
50 Creative Commons The Kidnapping of journalists: reporting from high-risk conflict zones Hannah Storm, director of International News Safety Institute (INSI) and RISJ author gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Hannah Storm 09 Jun 2016
51 The Future of the BBC Special lecture by former Chairman of the BBC Trust and current Chancellor of the University of Oxford Lord Patten of Barnes on the future of the BBC. Followed by a discussion between Lord Patten and Tim Gardam, Principal of St Anne's College. Lord Patten of Barnes, Tim Gardam 05 May 2016
52 The evolving practice of foreign correspondents Giovanna Dell’Orto, associate professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Minnesota, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Giovanna Dell’Orto 28 Apr 2016
53 Creative Commons The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series - Spies and Journalists: The Impossible Relationship John Lloyd, Senior Research Fellow, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Introduction by Chris Westcott John Lloyd 10 Mar 2016
54 Creative Commons Valuable journalism: what journalists need to know about audiences, but seldom ask Irene Costera Meijer, professor of journalism, VU University, Amsterdam, gives a talk for The Business and Practice of Journalism Seminar Series. Irene Costera Meijer 18 Feb 2016
55 Creative Commons Innovators in Digital News Panel Discussion Lucy Küng (RISJ) presented key findings followed by a panel discussion including; Aron Pilhofer (Executive Editor of Digital, the Guardian); James Lamont (Managing Editor, Financial Times) and Kevin Sutcliffe (Head of News Programming EU, VICE News) Lucy Küng, Aron Pilhofer, James Lamont, Kevin Sutcliffe 05 Aug 2015
56 Creative Commons Cross-border journalism – a new method of collaborative reporting A Reuters podcast given by Brigitte Alfter, journalist, lecturer and author of handbook on cross-border journalism. Brigette Alfter 12 Jun 2015
57 Making News for Young Adults? A Reuters podcast given by by Anna Doble, assistant editor, Newsbeat, BBC Radio 1. Anna Doble 28 May 2015
58 Creative Commons The spread of news in the age of social media RISJ seminar by Jonathan Bright, research fellow, Oxford Internet Institute. Jonathan Bright 08 May 2015
59 The Future of Television News Richard Sambrook, Former Visiting Fellow, gives a talk on what's next for news on television. Richard Sambrook 19 Feb 2015
60 Innovation in News Media - a look at the latest innovations shaping the future of news A seminar given by Juan Señor, a former visiting fellow for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Juan Seńor 19 Feb 2015
61 Creative Commons The top five dilemmas of news aggregation Andrew Jack, Editor at FirstFT, head of aggregation/chief curator, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series on 4th February 2015. Andrew Jack 09 Feb 2015
62 Silicon Valley and Journalism: Make up or Break up?: Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 Emily Bell, Director at the TOW Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia Journalism School, today delivered the Reuters Memorial Lecture 2014 for the Reuters Institute in Oxford. Emily Bell, Tim Gardam, Alun Rusbridger, Vivian Schiller 10 Dec 2014
63 Obesity in the news media life cycle: ethics, responsibility, and stigmatisation Catriona Bonfiglioli, Media Studies, Social and Political Change Group, University of Technology Sydney, gives a talk for the UBVO seminar series Catriona Bonfiglioli 30 Jun 2014
64 From Pictures to Policy. Reporting Famine and Other Disasters Professor Suzanne Franks, City University London, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series Suzanne Franks 11 Jun 2014
65 Creative Commons News in the digital age, and how The Economist fits in Tom Standage, media correspondent, The Economist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism seminar series Tom Standage 19 May 2014
66 The FT’s digital strategy James Lamont, Managing Editor, Financial Times, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series James Lamont 17 Mar 2014
67 Does Social Media Use Change the Type of News We Receive? Jonathan Bright explores the impact of social media on news consumption. He examines how social media users choose what to share, how this varies by platform, and what the implications may be for the type of news coverage that people receive. Jonathan Bright 12 Feb 2014
68 Spin Control: Why Accuracy Matters More than Truth in Journalism - Edward Stourton The fourth in our lecture series for Michaelmas Term 2013, given in the JCR at Mansfield College by Edward Stourton, news correspondent and founder member of Channel 4 News. Edward Stourton 05 Dec 2013
69 Creative Commons Moral Maze, Arijit Sen Arijit Sen, CNN-IBN gives his opinion on the debates premise 'Journalism coarsens, simplifies and distorts politics (and the new journalism won't be any better)'. As part of the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Arijit Sen, Jean Seaton, Michael Parks, Paul Taylor 19 Sep 2013
70 Creative Commons Plenary panel debate: The Future of Journalism Panel debate at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Mark Thompson, Natalie Nougayrède, Peter Barron, John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013
71 Creative Commons Paying the Piper: Rethinking the Economics of Newspaper Journalism Reuters Memorial Lecture 2013 - by Mark Thompson, President and Chief Executive of the New York Times Company. Mark Thompson, David Levy, John Lloyd 17 Sep 2013
72 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Natalie Nougayrède (Le Monde) Natalie Nougayrède, Executive Editor of Le Monde talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Natalie Nougayrède 17 Sep 2013
73 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Nic Newman (RISJ Research Associate) Nic Newman, Digital Media Strategist and RISJ Research Associate, talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Nic Newman 17 Sep 2013
74 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - John Stackhouse (Editor-in-chief, Globe and Mail, Toronto). John Stackhouse, Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail, Toronto, talking at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. John Stackhouse 17 Sep 2013
75 Creative Commons The Future of Journalism - Peter Barron (Google) Peter Barron, Peter Barron, Director of Communications and Public Affairs for EMEA, Google, talks at the 30th Anniversary Reunion of the Journalism Fellow Programme. Peter Barron 17 Sep 2013
76 Creative Commons Verifying social media information in real time: from the UK riots to the Boston bombings, via Hurricane Sandy Farida Vis, University of Sheffield, gives a talk for the RISJ seminar series on social media and the news on June 12th 2013. Farida Vis 02 Jul 2013
77 Creative Commons Writing news for young people Miranda Green, Editor, The Day, gives a talk for the Reuters seminar series about writing news for young people. Miranda Green 17 Jun 2013
78 Creative Commons Mark Thompson (Symposium): Politics and Language - Friends or Enemies? Symposium following Mark Thompson's series of talks for the Humanitas Programme. With Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts MP and chaired by Andrew Marr. Mark Thompson, Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts 15 Nov 2012
79 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Not in my name In his third lecture, Mark Thompson looks at what happens when modern rhetoric and morality collide, taking the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as his principal examples. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
80 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Consign it to the flames Almost everyone accepts that science is our most authoritative guide to understanding the world so why is it so disputed when it comes to public policy? Mark Thompson examines what's happened to the 'argument from authority' in modern rhetoric. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
81 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Inaugural Lecture - Is Plato winning the argument? Drawing in particular on recent examples from American and British healthcare reform, Mark Thompson asks whether the language of politics is changing in ways which threaten public understanding of and engagement with the most important issues of the day. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
82 Creative Commons Emotions and Journalism: the relationship between practices of emotional story-telling and objectivity in award-winning journalism Karin Wahl-Jorgensen, Cardiff, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series. Karin Wahl-Jorgensen 22 Feb 2012
83 Creative Commons The Hyper-Real Culture of the Tabloid Newsroom: Personal Experiences of UK Tabloid Culture Richard Peppiatt, media commentator and former reporter for the Daily Star, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Richard Peppiatt 12 Dec 2011
84 Creative Commons Challenges to journalists' source protection rights in Europe and Australia Katherine Stowell, University of Edinburgh, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Katherine Stowell 12 Dec 2011
85 Creative Commons News in the Digital Age - How The Economist Fits In Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Tom Standage 12 Dec 2011
86 Foreign Correspondence and Fixers: The Missing Link Colleen Murrell (Deakin University) gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Colleen Murrell 12 Dec 2011
87 Creative Commons Feeding the Financial Beast: Challenges of Reporting in Rumour Hungry Markets Jodie Ginsberg, Reuters Bureau Chief, UK and Ireland, gives a talk for the Reuters Seminar Series. Jodie Ginsberg 22 Nov 2011
88 Creative Commons From Coffeehouses to Online Communities: How the Public Engages with the News on the Web Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon (Oxford) gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism Seminar Series. Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon 11 Nov 2011
89 Creative Commons Business Models and their Uses in Media Companies Robert Picard, RISJ Director of Research, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism seminar series on 20th October 2011. Robert Picard 31 Oct 2011
90 How Old Media are Using New Media Myra MacDonald, Senior Desk Editor Middle East and South Asia specialist, Thomson Reuters, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute Seminar series. Myra MacDonald 13 Jun 2011
91 Creative Commons Copyrights and Copywrongs: Protection of News Copyright in the Digital World Robert Picard, Professor of Media Economics, Jonkoping University and Director of Research, RISJ, Oxford, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute seminar series. Robert Picard 13 Jun 2011
92 Creative Commons Investigative Journalism in the Age of Digital Reproduction Iain Overton, Manager Editor, Bureau of Investigative Journalism, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute on 11th May 2011. Iain Overton 07 Jun 2011
93 Al-Jazeera in North Africa and the MIddle East: the biggest media story ever? Richard Gizbert, Host and Producer, The Listening Post, Al-Jazeera English, gives a talk for the Reuter Institute seminar series on 4th May 2011. Richard Gizbert 07 Jun 2011
94 Creative Commons Wikileaks and Beyond: the future of open journalism Alun Rusbridger, Editor of The Guardian, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism Hilary Term 2011 Seminar Series on 4th March, 2011. Alun Rusbridger 19 Apr 2011
95 Creative Commons Media Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe: between political and business pressures Peter Bajomi-Lazar and Vaclav Stetka, Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford, give a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism Hilary term 2011 Seminar series on 23rd February 2011. Peter Bajomi-Lazar, Vaclav Stetka 19 Apr 2011
96 Creative Commons Soft News, Hard Sell: Journalism in Neo-Liberal India Daya Thussu, Professor of International Communication and Co-Director of India Media Centre, University of Westminster, gives a talk for the Reuters Institute of Journalism on 9th March, 2011. Daya Thussu 19 Apr 2011
97 Creative Commons You are the Earth, You are the Sky; How one man become the dominant force in the British media's coverage of sport. Does that mean he controls sport itself? Final lecture of the 2011 News International Professorship of Broadcast Media lecture series on Sport and Broadcast Media. Matthew Engel 19 Apr 2011
98 Creative Commons From Reith to wreath; The Great Days of Sport on BBC TV and how they ended Matthew Engel, the journalist and sports writer and 2011 New International Professor of Broadcast Media gives his third lecture in the 2011 series entitled; Please, mister, can we have our ball back? Sport, the media, and the people. Matthew Engel 19 Apr 2011
99 Creative Commons It's the Cat's Whisker: How Sport and the Media developed together, from Mesopotamia to John Logie Baird Matthew Engel, the journalist and sports writer and 2011 News International Broadcast Media Professor gives his second lecture in the 2011 series entitled 'Please, mister, can we have our ball back? Sport, the media, and the people. Matthew Engel 19 Apr 2011
100 Creative Commons Life and death? No, Much more Important than that; How Sport turned into Big Business and a Global Obsession Matthew Engel, Journalist and Sports Writer and 2011 News International Visiting Professor of Broadcast Media gives the first of the 2011 series on Broadcast media, entitled; Please, mister, can we have our ball back? Sport, the media, and the people. Matthew Engel 19 Apr 2011