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May 7, 2013

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» Getting his voice heard: CJ Edwards makes the grade

HAVING just completed a two week live television project as part of final year undergraduate assessments, I can’t say I’ve had much time to tune into anything other than Exposure TV over the last few weeks. I potentially had a … Continue reading

February 20, 2013

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» Time for television to take over the Exposure brand

By Julie Kissick As one door closes … another one opens. Exposure Radio is done and dusted for this year, and we move on to Exposure TV. This is the first year the university has run this Major Broadcast module … Continue reading

February 4, 2013

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» Exposure is Back!

For the third year running January was a month of madness. Nothing to do with the post-Christmas blues or the inclement weather, but the preparations for and arrival of another three week live broadcast project named by the class of … Continue reading

May 4, 2012

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» Glamorgan Graduate Elected in Cardiff

THE political landscape of Wales has changed again today.  As the results of the council elections are revealed, it’s apparent that Welsh Labour is enjoying its best showing since local council reorganisation in 1996.. I’ve always loved election nights. Having … Continue reading

February 21, 2012

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» Masterclass from producer of BBC Story of Wales

Students at Glamorgan’s Atrium campus had a sneak preview of the new BBC Story of Wales, when John Geraint, creative director of Green Bay Media, who made the series, gave a masterclass on television production.  We can reveal that the … Continue reading

January 23, 2012

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» Exposure radio is live online

The Exposure radio project is live on the web as of 10.00 this morning.  Tune in for news, music and discussion all aimed at the University of Glamorgan community. The project, based at the Atrium in Cardiff, is live Monday to … Continue reading

October 31, 2011

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» Citizen journalism or ‘talented reporters’ – what does Wales need?

The Assembly Member who’s heading up an inquiry into the media in Wales will be speaking at a conference on the future of the Welsh press on 19 November. Ken Skates AM, writing in today’s Western Mail, says the country … Continue reading

October 3, 2011

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» Is there a future for the press in Wales?

A one-day conference at the Atrium in Cardiff – Saturday 19 November 2011. This is an opportunity to analyse the crisis in the Welsh press and to look for solutions which will provide the citizens of Wales with the journalism … Continue reading

February 4, 2011

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» Are you listening to Exposure Radio?

For the next two weeks, students at the Atrium in Cardiff will be broadcasting from morning to night as part of an innovative, web-based radio project.

Exposure Radio is being run by third-year radio students and post-graduates specialising in multiplatform radio and interactive journalism.

The station is ‘on the air’ from 10 to 5, Monday to Friday, with music shows, topical features, documentaries, drama and news. Supervised by staff from Media, Culture & Journalism, the students are taking full responsibility for production, presentation and the management of the station.


Guest musician John Nicholas (centre) with two of the Exposure team

The story was covered for the Guardian by one of the MA students involved with the website.

As part of the project, the team have been awarded an ‘innovation in learning and teaching’ grant to experiment with live-blogging on the site and investigate the potential of social networking to enhance the output and impact of community radio stations in Wales.

Find out more about our undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Media, Culture & Journalism.

December 13, 2010

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» Investigative journalism in hard times

Martin Shipton of Media Wales gave a fascinating and provocative insight into investigative journalism when he spoke to students at the Atrium in Cardiff, as part of the Media, Culture & Journalism guest lecture series. He took part in a question-and-answer session with journalism lecturer James Stewart.

Among other things he discussed his recent investigation of the Wales Audit Office.

You can listen to the conversation here.

Investigative Journalism In Hard Times by Martin Shipton by Nicola Munday

Find out more about our undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Media, Culture & Journalism.