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Setting the Stage: Current State of Affairs and Major Challenges

Australian Public Affairs Information Service: A Subject Index to Current Literature

Public Service Broadcasting, Hard News, and Citizens’ Knowledge of Current Affairs

STOTT, Richard Keith (1943 - 2007), journalist; Political and Current Affairs Columnist, Sunday Mirror, since 2001

STOURTON, Edward John Ivo (born 1957), Presenter, BBC News and Current Affairs programmes, since 1993

SQUIRES, (Charles) Ian (born 1951), Controller, ITV News Operations and Current Affairs, 2011–15

BYRNE, Dorothy - Head of News and Current Affairs, Channel 4 Television, since 2004

Australian Public Affairs Information Service: A Subject Index to Current Literature (1945– )

Review: Vernacular Literature and Current Affairs in the Early Sixteenth Century: France, England and Scotland

Vernacular Literature and Current Affairs in the Early Sixteenth Century: France, England and Scotland

Morale and the Origins of Current-Affairs and Citizenship Work, 1914–1919

The Decline of Current-Affairs and Citizenship Education, 1945–1950

Olga Ferguson Sidorenko, The Common European Asylum System: Background, Current State of Affairs, Future Direction

Current affairs in quantitative targeted proteomics: multiple reaction monitoring–mass spectrometry

BAKHURST, Kevin Alexander (born 1965), Deputy Director-General, since 2014, and Managing Director, News and Current Affairs, and Member, Executive Board, since 2012, RTÉ

LLOYD, David Mark (born 1945), Head of News, Current Affairs and Business, Channel Four Television, 1997–2004

 

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1. A journalistic radio and television programme genre featuring detailed analysis and discussion of current news stories. In the UK this is normally distinguished from news reporting, special events coverage, and consumer affairs.

2. In a broader sense, a branch of journalism encompassing issues-based investigative journalism and documentaries where objectivity as such has not always been a priority.

Subjects: Media Studies.


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