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  • ...Over 80% of them have international accreditation. The most popular study programmes are law, management, public administration, psychology, social work, public ...al challenges in news portals, newspapers, journals, comment on the radio, TV or social media. Annually they calculate about 500 media appearances.
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  • |subjects=Banning of Press TV '''Re: UK:Taking Press TV of Air.'''
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  • |website=http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/conspiracy_files/default.stm |description=A series of programmes, each of which focuses on a particular "[[Conspiracy theories]]".
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  • ...ss minister with many infrastructure responsibilities; regulates radio and TV stations The Minister regulates radio and TV stations, notably the [[Swiss Broadcasting Corporation]], and is responsibl
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  • ...m. He worked several years for broadcaster VPRO on several current affairs programmes, and for a while his own television programme, "Levy and Sadeghi", with his ...adio Omroep (AVRO) on controversial subjects. Since 2010 he works with the TV production company ''BlazHoffski'', producing documentaries such as "Brande
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  • |subjects=Banning of Press TV,Censorship |description=The story of the banning of Press TV from the UK '''Sky Platform channel 515''' that you will not see covered in
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  • File:BBC on the Israel-Palestine conflict.pdf
    ...a number of Philo and Berry’s findings on the way in which mainstream news programmes report the Israel/Palestine conflict also apply to Newsnight.
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  • ...elevision channels and the Dutch public radio services on the only 3 Dutch TV-channels viewable for free on cable and online in similar role to the [[BBC ...[Fake News]]"-banner in their office, and removed it only after multiple [[TV]]-stations had noticed it in their live interview with an inspector.]]
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  • ....php?id=75472a8f888434fb0ddd1b3abd8b84b1&media=granada_open&type=mp4 |work=tv-ark.org.uk |accessdate=27 July 2011}}</ref> It was marked by a distinctive ...programmes were listed in the BFI TV 100 in 2000. Some of its most notable programmes include ''Coronation Street'', ''Seven Up!'', ''The Royle Family'', ''The J
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  • ...q. The radio service started broadcasting a daily one-hour Arabic-language programmes to Iraq on 20 March 2003. ...sion service begun to broadcast daily hour-long Arabic-language television programmes designed to complement the radio on 10 April 2003.
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  • |constitutes=journalist, TV executive ...grammes such as ''[[Gallery (TV series)|Gallery]]'', ''[[Panorama (British TV programme)|Panorama]]'' and general election and budget specials. He presen
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  • ...''[https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-57141697 "Martin Bashir's TV career, from Diana interview to Dyson report"]''</ref> ==TV journalist==
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  • ...[[RTP Informação]] for 15 months) and guest commentator for the different TV channels
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  • ...nd later hosted "Inside Crime" on [[Carlton TV]]. He presented the Carlton TV programme "The Verdict", which ran for 26 episodes. He was a member of a [ ...ref>http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/question_time/default.stm |title=Programmes: Question Time </ref>
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  • ...dia outlets (including both Belfast and London resident news reporters and TV current Affairs and documentary makers) and 4) International journalists ...ften in favour of those working for British national outlets, particularly TV Current Affairs or lobby journalists. I will therefore deal with local and
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  • ...der Cadogan]]. [[Earl De La Warr]]'s letter was a crude attempt to vet all programmes on nuclear weapons by threatening the veto: ...rnment would give the BBC general guidance in the matter'.<ref>Minute 632, Programmes Relating to Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs' 20 December 1954.</ref> Around the
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  • ...lton New Year'', produced in-house and presented by [[Chris Tarrant]].<ref>TV Ark</ref> ...on the Children's Entertainment award.<ref>TV watchdog condemns quality of programmes. Alexandra Frean, Media Correspondent. The Times, Friday, May 27, 1994;</re
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  • ==BBC TV Coverage of "Terrorism"== ...px BBC Motion Gallery] for appearances on BBC News and BBC Current Affairs programmes. Only appearances relating to terrorism were recorded. <ref>Any items refe
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  • ...ogether with [[UNICAMP]] and [[UNESP]], one of the most important graduate programmes in the area in Brazil. Since 2010 it also offers a joint master's degree wi * [[Monalisa Perrone]], journalist of [[TV Globo]]
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  • ...n of academic sympathies with Russia; Providing source material for radio, TV and print and online media on impact of Russian influence; Preparation of a Providing source material for radio, TV and print and online media on impact of Russian influence (including UK Fro
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