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Each title in the Key Concerns in Media Studies series provides a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of a key topic in the discipline, placing the subjects in the context of today’s global, digital environment. The series is edited by Andrew Crisell.

New to the series are Celebrity and the Media by Sean Redmond and Media Professionalism and Training by Sarah Niblock.

Celebrity and the Media presents an introduction to the key terms, concepts, dilemmas and issues that are central to the study and critical understanding of celebrity, exploring the impacts of celebrity culture on modern media and examining the influence that celebrity has had on the way people place themselves in the modern world.

Media Professionalism and Training offers a critical interrogation of the meaning of media professionalism and the efficacy of training in the digital age. This book explores practice and theory, scrutinises professional norms and questions the scope of the media’s power.

Already published:
Public Service Broadcasting, by David Hendy
Culture and the Media, by Paul Bowman
New Technologies and the Media, by Gerard Goggin
Liveness and Recording in the Media, by Andrew Crisell
Media, Place and Mobility, by Shaun Moores
Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media, by Tim Dwyer

Find out more about the series:<>/media/kcms

Sarah Plows
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