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Valerie Livingston reflects on the implications of using social media to vote.
Martin Shipton argues that cultural and communication gaps, and a weak indigenous media, led to a surprise Brexit result in Wales
Dr Sioned Pearce and Dr Stuart Fox present evidence on what the Welsh public thinks of the media coverage for GE2017
Stephen Cushion argues that broadcast election coverage needs to do better at explaining devolved issues
Dr Ruth McElroy looks at two major policy challenges affecting media in Wales: representation of Wales in public service broadcasting programming and lack of quality journalism covering Welsh affairs.
Rhodri Talfan Davies looks ahead to the impact of a new strategy for writers
The Aberfan Young Wives’ Club: a Game-Changer for ITV Cymru Wales?
Pauline Burt on creative ways to maximize the potential of the creative industries in Wales
Martin Mumford on realities and regulation
Understanding the shape and demographic of Wales’ creative industries and the importance of improving access and opportunity.
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