MIKE VALENTE, a leading car photographer in the UK, held Coventry University’s 198th Coventry Conversation on the 14th of January 2010. He gave the 21st century Digital-Camera-using-folk an insight into the days of the film camera.
Mike, who became a photographer by accident, said: “I have been taking pictures for as long as I can physically remember”. His photographic career includes the International Musician magazine and Haymarket Publishing, and currently he works as a freelancer for magazines, newspapers, car manufacturers and ad agencies. But his background includes a graduate diploma from the 3D Design at Hornsey College of Art (now Middlesex University) and a job as a trainee scenic designer at the BBC. Writes Natasha De Silva Continue reading
The Buzz has been informing students on the latest Coventry conversations and CSAD events for years and now with its new editor it takes to the Internet taking the next step in student journalism. Continue reading
RADIO 6MUSIC presenter and former Coventry University student Gideon Coe spoke about life at the BBC at Coventry Conversation’s yesterday. Writes Diana Popovici Continue reading
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COVENTRY UNIVERSITY Media staff and students have put together a new film society that promises to fill your Wednesday afternoons with surprising East-Asian screenings and intriguing debates. writes Teo Beleaga Continue reading
STEVE CROPLEY, editor-in-chief of Haymarket’s Autocar and motoring journalist of the year, presented his views on the industry and its critics today at Coventry Conversations. Writes Teo Beleaga Continue reading
FORMER SKY NEWS boss, Nick Pollard argued yesterday that technology is the key factor to determine the future of TV News during the first Coventry Conversation lecture of the season.
Pollard said, “I have a picture of a much more conventional and modern merge: the electronic newspapers, with moving pictures like in Harry Potter, putting on screen just stuff you are interested in” Writes Teo Beleaga Continue reading
STEVE CROPLEY editor-in-chief of Haymarket’s Autocar magazine, has been given top honours by his peers, in new awards for motoring journalism. Continue reading