Alumnus Theo Tzanidis argues that Twitter’s new owner will struggle to understand the fundamental principle of digital communities; they love to hate autocrats.
An independent film festival founded by a UWS alumnus has celebrated its fourth year in Paisley. The festival which took place over a weekend in October is designed to shine a light on filmmakers who don’t have the budget to compete with funded productions.
Congratulations to UWS Broadcast Journalism graduate and A Place in the Sun presenter Jean Johansson who has been crowned Celebrity Mastermind champion.
Alan Jenkins, news reporter at 5 News and University of the West of Scotland (UWS) Broadcast Journalism graduate, recently visited UWS Ayr campus to speak to students and see the support and services on offer.
Raith Rovers FC has appointed University of the West of Scotland Journalism graduate Chris Dodds as the club’s Digital and Media Executive.
The premiere of international hit TV show Outlander has been boosted by starring roles for University of the West of Scotland (UWS) students and alumni – who staged live performances of the drama’s famous opening credits.
UWS Broadcast Production graduate Daniella Gualtieri was chosen to present a special BBC Radio 1 show over Christmas.
UWS graduate Victoria Gemmell launches her follow-up book to ‘Follow me’.
Debut author and Media; Theory and Production graduate (2002) Ed Whitfield tells us about his novel Murder by the Bottle, set in Cornwall.
Broadcast production graduate, Ailsa Kane, is documenting Scotland’s Euro 2020 campaign as Lead Video Producer for the Scottish Football Association (SFA).