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About Mike Berry

Mike Berry is a lecturer at Cardiff University’s School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies. He is author of five books including Bad News from Israel (Pluto, 2004) and has produced research for a wide range of bodies including the UNHCR, TUC and NSPCC. He is currently working on a book for Palgrave Macmillan on media coverage and public understanding of economic news. 

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Manuel Serrano

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

The BBC and the financial crisis: interview with Dr Mike Berry

What can we learn from how the BBC's coverage of the 2008 financial crisis and the long recession that followed?

UK media and the legitimisation of austerity policies

By featuring some perspectives whilst excluding others, UK media has played a crucial role in the legitimisation of austerity policies.

Part of the Anti-Austerity and Media Activism series.

The British are dangerously ill-informed about the EU referendum

Research suggests that the UK media are failing to adequately inform the British public, ahead of the country's referendum on EU membership. The BBC, in particular, has a duty to step up its game. 

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