Posts by Tom Stephenson

30 years at the School of Arts and Media

4 February 2016

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Nigel Howe, the Associate Dean Strategy and Operations in the School of Arts & Media, began working at the University 30 years ago today.

And of behalf of everyone in the School we would like to wish you Happy Anniversary for 30 years of working at Salford!

Festive Fun 2015 – The School of Arts and Media

7 December 2015

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Tuesday 8th December, 12-3pm at MediaCityUK Foyer
Wednesday 9th December, 12-3pm at Adelphi Canteen

Photo Booth Competition
The best photos will win prizes
1st – £50 Amazon vouchers
2nd – Hamper from Unicorn Grocery in Chorlton
3rd – Salfood meal for two in the Bryans suite
4th – School of Arts and Media hoodie

Festive music and a free glass of mulled wine or orange juice, be early to avoid disappointment!

We have a charity bake sale, plus a couple of festive movies
‘Elf’ and ‘Home Alone’ to be shown in the DPL at the MediaCityUK event read more

In the Spotlight: Mihir Bose and Sarfraz Mansoor

7 October 2015

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Two University of Salford students quizzed leading media figures as official reporters at the launch of the Asian Media Awards at ITV Studios in London.

MA Journalism postgraduates Tom Percival, 25, and Gorana Jelovina, 22, interviewed VIP guests including award-winning former BBC Sport Editor Mihir Bose and celebrated broadcaster, writer, journalist and documentary maker Sarfraz Mansoor.

Both men called for greater diversity in the media, urging media organisations to employ people from a wider range of backgrounds. read more

Asian Media Awards 2015

28 September 2015

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University of Salford students are to rub shoulders with some of the biggest stars in media – as official reporters for the Asian Media Awards.

MA Journalism postgraduates Gorana Jelovina and Tom Percival will lead a team of students who will capture the build-up to the awards and the prestigious red carpet ceremony on October 29.

The event, sponsored by the University, is designed to celebrate the talent, drive and innovation of professionals – including journalists, bloggers, presenters, producers and actors – who excel in the Asian and mainstream media. read more

Salford students to showcase their work at Manchester International Film Festival

8 June 2015

Two University of Salford students have been accepted to exhibit their films at the upcoming Manchester International Film Festival (ManIFF), held in July. Lucy Cassidy and Daniel Watts were among 25 BA Television and Radio (BATAR) students to send their work to festival, with the hope of showing their film at a festival screening at the AMC Manchester.