Tuesday, December 02, 2014

Angela Smith on innovation in broadcast news

Dr Angela Smith has attended a symposium at the University of Macau called 'News discourse in the digital age: dominant, residual and emerging norms of discourse practice'. Academics form all over the world were invited to speak there, and Angela's paper - 'Waving pens and windswept correspondents: live two-ways in broadcast news' - drew on the Kate Adie Collection at Sunderland University to explore how the early impact of digital technology led to innovations in the linguistic and visual features of such reports.


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