UNIVERSITY NEWS 23 AUG
A deeply damaging and inflexible workplace culture is preventing disabled workers working in the British television industry from progressing in their careers, according to new research.
Channel 4 sets out Black to Front off-screen commitments following report from The Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity
UNIVERSITY NEWS 16 JUNE
Channel 4 has today announced its off-screen commitments as part of Black to Front, following the publication of a report for the Channel by The Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity (LHC) at Birmingham City University.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 MAR
New academic and industry journal Representology, which explores diversity in media, will be introduced by Sir Lenny Henry, Chancellor of Birmingham City University in a collaborative event with...
UNIVERSITY NEWS 08 JAN
The Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity is offering 5 grants of up to £3K each in the current financial year to support short turnaround research.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 04 DEC
A unique new publication shining a light on diversity across all forms of the UK’s media industry has been launched.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 07 JUL
A third of BAME-led TV production companies are facing serious financial hardship as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic, new research has revealed.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 25 MAR
Vice-Chancellor, Phillip Plowden reflects on the launch of the Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 24 MARCH
March 25 sees the launch of this new research centre aimed at examining and increasing diversity across the UK’s media.
UNIVERSITY NEWS 24 FEB
Sir Lenny Henry is to spearhead a landmark new research centre aimed at examining diversity across the UK’s media.