Selected Publications from Centre Associates:
Bennett, James. (2018) ‘Public Service Algorithms: A future for public service Television’. Des Freedman; Vana Goblet (eds.). A Future for Public Service Television. London: University of Goldsmith Press, 2018. p. 112-120.
Bennett, J. & Strange, N. (eds) (2015) Media Independence: Working with freedom or working for free. Routledge, New York.
Bennett, J. Strange, N. Kerr, P. & Medrado, A. (2012) Multiplatforming Public Service Broadcasting: The economic and cultural role of UK Digital and TV Independents. Royal Holloway, University of London.
Cooke, L. (2015) British Television Drama: A History. 2nd edn, British Film Institute, London.
Ellis, J. (2015) “Between Human and Machine: The Operating System”. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 2.1: S24-S28. DOI: 10.1558/jca.v2i1.28283
Hill, J. & & Kawashima, N. (eds.) (2018) Film Policy in a Globalised Cultural Economy. London and New York: Routledge.
Hill, J. Cooke, L. & Smart, B. (2017) “Introduction: Special Issue on Forgotten Television Drama” Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, vol 37, no. 1. http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/jbctv.2015.0280
Hill, J. (2015) ‘‘Blurring the lines between fact and fiction’: Ken Russell, the BBC and ‘television biography’‘ Journal of British Cinema and Television, vol 12, no. 4, pp. 452-478.
Hill, J. (ed.) (2013) Radical Television Drama: Journal of British Cinema and Television (Special Issue). vol. 10.1, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
Hill, J. (2013) ‘From Five Women to Leeds United! Roy Battersby and the Politics of ‘Radical’ Television Drama’ Journal of British Cinema and Television, pp. 130-150.
Murphy, A. Aust, R. Jackson, V. Ellis, J. (2015) “16mm Film Editing: Using filmed simulation as a hands-on approach to TV history”. VIEW: Journal of European Television History and Culture. 4.7.
Murphy, A. (2016) “ADAPT TV: recreating a 1970s OB”. Zerb – the journal of the GTC, Autumn 2016.
Smart, B. & Wrigley, A. (2016) ‘Television history: archives, excavation and the future. A discussion’ Critical Studies in Television, vol 11, no. 1, pp. 1-14. DOI: 10.1177/1749602015618634