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Peter Lee-Wright

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Publications in print and in preparation

  • The Documentary Tradition in the Routledge Companion to British Media History eds. Martin Conboy and John Steel (forthcoming 2014)
  • News values: an assessment of news priorities through a comparative analysis of Arab Spring anniversary coverage in Jomec Issue I: Reconnecting Political Disconnection (May 2012)
  • Peter Lee-Wright The Death of Auntie: the tragic decline of a great institution (TBA 2012) 
  • Changing Journalism (2012), co-authored with Angela Phillips & Tamara Witschge, London: Routledge.
  • Peter Lee-Wright(2010)The Documentary Handbook, London:Routledge
  •  Peter Lee-Wright (2010)  ‘Digital Demeanour:  The Shifting Dynamics of Work in Journalism Today’ in Peter Lee-Wright, Angela Phillips & Tamara Witschge, Changing Journalism Abingdon: Routledge
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2010) ‘Nailing Jello to the Masthead:  Regulation in the Journalistic Free Market’ in Peter Lee-Wright, Angela Phillips & Tamara Witschge, Changing Journalism Abingdon: Routledge
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2009) The Documentary Handbook Abingdon: Routledge
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2009) ‘Culture Shock: New media and organizational change in the BBC’ in N Fenton (ed.) Futures of the News, London: Sage
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2008) ‘Virtual News: BBC News at a ‘Future Media and Technology’ Crossroads’Convergence  (The International Journal of Research into New Technologies) Special Issue on European Public Service Media in the Digital Age: Institutions and Practices

    Public presentations undertaken and planned

  • Peter Lee-Wright (2010)Seeing Beyond the Slumdogs: Representations of  Poverty’, Paper submitted to the World Journalism Education Congress, Grahamstown SA, 5-7 July 2010
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2009) ‘They don’t want it good, they want it Tuesday: Reflections on 30 years in Television’ Presentation at Brunel University, 7th December
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2008) ‘Culture Shock: New media and organizational change in the BBC’, Barcelona, ECREA.
  • Peter Lee-Wright (2007) ‘360° of Separation: The BBC’s new network theories’
  • Goldsmiths Media Research Programme Annual Symposium: Spaces of the News, Goldsmiths, London.