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Recent General Interest Articles

  1. Media, Art, & Culture: Free-to-View

    Media, Art, & Culture Titles: Free-to-View

    Over 200 books from Routledge and Focal Press are freely available to view during the month of August. Simply click on the book you would like to read - then click on the "View inside this book" button on the book's page and become a master in your field today!

    Loved the book and want to read more? Receive 20% discount on your order of the print version with discount code FTV14 until September 15th.

    Click here to view the full range of titles

  2. Misunderstanding the Internet

    Understanding Net Neutrality: A Q&A with Des Freedman

    We sat down with Routledge author Des Freedman to talk about net neutrality. Read more to find out what Des has to say about Internet regulation, ISPs, and what it all means for the future of the web.

  3. Rethinking Journalism

    Save 20% on selected Journalism books

    We're offering 20% discount on selected journalism titles until 1st September 2014.

    Browse the books on offer.

  4. Reacting to Reality Television

    20% discount on selected Television Studies titles

    We are offering 20% discount on selected Television Studies until 1st September 2014.

    View the full range of discounted titles.

  5. Three New eBook Collections for Theatre, Media and Creative Arts from Routledge and Focal Press

    Three eBook collections are now available from Routledge and Focal Press, covering Theatre and Performing Arts, Media & Communication Studies and Creative and Media Arts

    These collections provide the best research and advice to readers wanting to know more about performing arts, develop their practical skills in a range of creative media, or researching the latest developments in the media and communication field. 

    Further information on these eCollections can be found on www.tandfebooks.com.

  6. Media & Cultural Studies Catalog 2014

    Media & Cultural Studies: New and Key Titles 2014 catalog - Now Available Online

    We are delighted to showcase new and key titles in media and cultural studies, from Routledge and Focal Press, in our latest online catalog. You can now browse through the catalog at http://www.routledge.com/u/mediacatalog/

  7. Choice Reviews of Routledge Media & Communication Titles - February 2014

    CHOICE Reviews of Routledge Media & Communication Titles - February 2014

    We're pleased to share these extracts from reviews of A Cognitive Psychology of Mass Communication, 6e (Harris/Sanborn) and The Book Publishing Industry, 3e (Greco/Milliot/Wharton) which appeared in the February issue of CHOICE magazine - a publication of the Association of College and Research Libraries. 

  8. Inside Magazine Publishing Cover

    Featured Authors - David Stam & Andrew Scott

    An interview with co-editors David Stam and Andrew Scott, celebrating the launch of Inside Magazine Publishing.

    We caught up with David and Andrew to delve inside the magazine publishing industry and to find out a few facts about them…

  9. Mike Gandon

    Author Interview - English for International Journalists

    Are you worried your English is not quite good enough to work in an English-speaking professional news organization? Or perhaps you are an international student studying journalism in English?

    If so, read more about our new title which can guide you through common English language pitfalls within journalism.

  10. Media Today 5

    Media Today 5 - Recommended by the Times Higher Education Supplement

    The new edition of Media Today, by Joseph Turow, is highlighted  as ‘cutting-edge’ in the Times Higher Education media and films studies textbook review.

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