Journalism students from the University of Salford took part in the Global News Relay event on 27 March at the state-of-the-art-facilities at MediaCityUK campus, working collaboratively with other budding journalists from colleges and universities from as far and wide as the USA, Dubai, India and Australia to produce a 12 hour long rolling news transmission.
The annual Dean’s research showcase will take place on Wednesday 18 June 2014 at the Digital Performance Lab (DPL) at the MediaCity campus.
A work inspired by the sounds heard by people during near-death experiences is just one of the highlights of a four-day festival of experimental contemporary music and sound installations hosted by the University of Salford next week (Thursday 3-Sunday 6 April).
Journalism students from the University of Salford will be teaming up with others from around the world on Thursday 27 March to produce 12 hours of continuous news.
A special stage performance of innovative radio play Bad Elvis will be making its premiere at the University of Salford’s MediaCityUK campus on Friday 21 March.
The multi-award winning TV writer and producer who adapted The Office for American TV and co-created cartoon series King of the Hill will be giving invaluable tips on making a career in the comedy business at one of two free masterclasses hosted by the University of Salford next week.
The University of Salford is working in partnership with the Royal Television Society (RTS) to stage a special, free media event on Wednesday 26 February.
The evocative sounds of the Metrolink and the bell of Salford Cathedral will be combined with recordings from downtown Chicago and the shores of Lake Michigan for a live trans-Atlantic musical performance at MediaCityUK this Friday (21 February).
MA Children’s Digital Media Production student Sinead Lynch has already landed herself a job at the BBC and she hasn’t even graduated yet.