"I think all journalists and journalism educators should read this book (SuperMedia)"
Mindy McAdams, journalist

Quick Links

  • Polis Director Charlie Beckett's blog
  • LSE Media & Communications Department
  • London College of Communication Journalism Department
  • POLIS Summer School
  • POLIS Fellowship Fund

Upcoming events

Polis Media Leadership Dialogues
14 Oct, 2008
All talks with will take place from 5 - 6.30 in&... read more

'Respect for Contempt?: Keeping Speech Free and Trials Fair'
23 Oct, 2008
In close partnership with the LSE Law Department... read more


LSE Space for Thought Lecture series: Internet Beyond Myths - The Record of Scholarly Research
6.30-8pm Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE 24 Oct, 2008
Although it is an old technology (deployed first ... read more

Broadsheet Versus Broadband: Is digital journalism the new black (and white)?
6.30-8pm The Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building, LSE, 53 Lincoln's Inn Fields 30 Oct, 2008
CHAIR: The Earl of Stockton (Former Chairman Pa... read more


Sign up to receive our regular newsletter today to stay up to date with the latest news.

More about our newsletter

POLIS @ The Party Conferences

Date: 22 Sep, 2005

With the first debate, ‘Who Calls the Shots – Politicians or Journalists?, at the Labour Party Conference in Manchester successfully debated and now over, on Monday 29th September, POLIS, in partnership with YouGovStone, will host ist second debate,  ‘Leadership - Has Style Overtaken Substance?', at the Conservative Party Conference at 12.45pm on at the Copthorne Hotel Jubilee Suite.

Carole Stone and Charlie Beckett will chair, with the panel being Jeremy Hunt MP, MP for South West Surrey and Shadow Culture Secretary; Benedict Brogan, Political Editor, The Daily Mail; Priti Patel, Director, Weber Shandwick Communications and Conservative Candidate for Witham, and Andrew Gilligan of The Evening Standard.

These are first-come first-served and further details can be found in the Fringe Handbooks or by contacting .

Keywords: party conferences