Natalie Fenton is a Professor in Media and Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London. She is Co-Director of the Goldsmiths Leverhulme Media Research Centre and Co-Director of Goldsmiths Centre for the Study of Global Media and Democracy. Her most recent books include Media, Democracy and Social Change: Re-imagining Political Communications co-authored with Des Freedman, Gholam Khiabany and Aeron Davis (Sage, 2020) and The Media Manifesto co-authored with Des Freedman and Justin Schlosberg and Lina Dencik (Polity, 2020). She is on the Board of Directors of the campaign group Hacked Off and a founding member of the Media Reform Coalition.
Published in: democraciaAbiertaEl laboratorio político de España - del 15-M a Podemos
Desde la respuesta de la izquierda española a la crisis financiera contra la austeridad, hasta Black Lives Matter y...
Published in: Can Europe Make It?: InterviewSpain’s political laboratory – from 15-M to Podemos: an interview
From the Spanish left’s response to financial crisis against austerity, to Black Lives Matter and reclaiming the...
The sorry betrayal of the victims of press abuse
Whatever happened to Leveson? A guide for the perplexed.
Published in: HomeMedia and twenty first century fake democracy
The ‘real’ fake news is not an exception to but the logical result of a market economy that privileges short-term...
Brexit: inequality, the media and the democratic deficit
When publics are abandoned, when their voices no longer matter and their identities are demolished through economic...
New series: Anti-Austerity and Media Activism
Today we launch a new series, the latest collaboration between Goldsmiths and openDemocracyUK, exploring the role of...