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Media and Journalism

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This Subject Guide contains resources and support for students studying Broadcast Media Production, Digital Media and Communications, Film and TV Production, Film, Media and Culture, Journalism, Media and Communications, Media Studies, Multimedia Public Relations, PR and Digital Communications, Producing for Film and TV, Sport Journalism.

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