In turbulent times, Martha O’Brien looks at the rise of Welsh publications and the impact this has on feelings of cultural identity.
IWA Analysis – It’s Time to Make the Media Work for Wales – but How?
Dylan Moore says Welsh people want and deserve better access to news they can trust, and we must listen to their ideas about how to do this
The Welsh Media Deficit: A Story from a Campaigner on the Front Line of the Cladding Crisis
As a group of citizens who purchased new Welsh homes in the mid 2000s, we are beset with serious fire
‘Africa Welsh News is about connecting people’
Dylan Moore talks to Olu Oni and Glenn Edwards about Africa Welsh News, a community website that seeks to foster links across nations and continents
The Future of Journalism: Permanent Crisis, or Radical Solutions
What now for journalism in Wales after the closure of The National and rising costs? David Nicholson takes a look at the challenges facing the industry.
The Future isn’t a Faraway Place, Let’s Start Building it
Shirish Kulkarni explains how artists and communities are taking on the challenge of imagining and creating a just and sustainable future.
How Disinformation Arrived in Wales, and Where It’s Going Next
Online disinformation has proliferated beyond our screens via a complex web of superspreaders, say Adam Belcher and Stefan Rollnick.