media@uea draws together the University of East Anglia's unique range of media expertise, connecting interdisciplinary perspectives from the Schools of Film, Television and Media Studies, Law, Political, Social and International studies, Economics, International Development, Languages and Communication Studies, and Literature and Creative Writing.

Each School contributes a wealth of skills and experience. Our School of Film, Television and Media, for example, is one of the UK's longest established media schools, while our Law School has one of the largest concentrations of media, IP and IT law-related researchers in the country.

Projects our researchers are working on include British television history, the production and consumption of cinema in an international context, intellectual property and IT law in the media, political communication and media's role in international development.

media@uea has been instrumental in setting up CREATe, the RCUK-funded centre on the creative industries. This consortium, which includes the Universities of Glasgow, Strathclyde, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Goldsmith's and St Andrews is focused on research into copyright and new business models that will help the UK's creative industries thrive and innovate within the digital media landscape.

media@uea is also linked to a number of national and international organisations dedicated to media research and production, including the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, the ESRC Centre for Competition Policy at the UEA, and SeaMedia, an initiative led by the School for Political, Social and International Studies to develop a youth internet platform in the EU's two seas region.

media@uea regularly welcome speakers from key media organisations such as Ofcom, BBC, Channel 4 News, the Guardian and ITN.


Blogs and comment

  • Eastminster

    Eastminster: global political debate and analysis

    A global blog about politics from the School of Political, Social and International Studies at UEA which aims to promote debate about politics around the world, offering expert political analysis and information about the latest research from the school.

    Click here to visit the Eastminster blog
  • Dr Paul Bernal

    Paul Bernal: Privacy, Human Rights, Law, The Internet, Politics and more

    A lecturer in Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Media Law at the UEA Law School, Dr Paul Bernal blogs on Privacy, Human Rights, Law, The Internet, Politics and more with recent topics including the right to protest, the implications of Clare's Law on privacy, the speeches of Boris Johnson and large-scale surveillance, protest and privacy.

    Click here to visit Paul Bernal's blog
  • Chris Hanretty

    Chris Hanretty: Italian politics and public broadcasting

    Blog of Dr Chris Hanretty, Lecturer in Politics at the University of East Anglia on Italian politics and public broadcasting.

    Click here to visit Chris Hanretty's blog
  • Mark Jancovich

    Mark Jancovich: Fantastic film and tv

    Professor of film and television studies at the University of East Anglia, Mark Jancovich blogs his "off the wall views on off the wall stuff" on television and cinema horror and fantasy with recent topics including Children of the Stones, Peter Cushing and the Hammer productions, Strictly Come Dancing Halloween specials and the Clangers.

    Click here to visit Mark Jancovich's blog
  • Mark Jancovich

    Keith M Johnston

    A lecturer of film and television studies at the University of East Anglia, Dr Keith M Johnston blog features his research interests of film marketing, media technologies, film and television aesthetics, and genre with diverse topics from Dr Who to Ealing Studio films.

    Click here to visit Keith M Johnston's blog