| By David Smith
Victims of the Horizon scandal are to speak about the scandalous treatment the received which led to jail terms for some and sub-postmasters losing...
| By Ellie McDermott
A new BBC One series written by award-winning writer Sarah Solemani is being filmed in Ashton-under-Lyne. Ridley Road is on the novel by...
| By Victoria Thiele
Armenian and Azerbaijani expats in Manchester are fighting a ‘media war’ over the recent violent clashes between their home countries. Local members...
| By Connie Enzler
Extinction Rebellion protestors took to MediaCityUK to denounce the BBC’s lack of serious reporting on climate change issues. The self-proclaimed “...
| By Karthik Nair
The Tiny Happy People initiative seeks to bridge the communication gap among Greater Manchester pre-schoolers. The initiative, which was started by...
| By Alexander Candlin
The Eurovision song contest was targeted by Palestinian protesters who want the BBC to stop televising the event. Activists from pro-Palestine...
| By Harry Stafford
Brexit could cause the broadcasting industry to be hit by extra licencing in the EU, forcing channels and jobs to leave the UK
Up to now communications regulator Ofcom issues broadcasters with licenses that are valid throughout the EU. In the case of a no-deal Brexit, U...
| By Cass Hyde
Louise Malkinson, the producer/director of hit crime documentary The Detectives, came to Man Met to talk to criminology students about her...
| By Kieran Hepworth
"I'm the guy that called Theresa May rude on Question Time": MMU student grills Theresa May on live TV
Andy Warhol once declared “everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes”. Not for one minute am I claiming to have been world-famous but it seems a...