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Damian Tambini

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Relevant research

Smith, R. C. and Tambini, D. (2012) Measuring media plurality: lessons from the UK. Journal of Media Law 4(1): 35-63.

Tambini, D (2012) Financial journalism, conflicts of interest and ethics: a case study of Hong Kong. Journal of Mass Media Ethics. 27(4).

Tambini, D. (2012). Consumer Representation in UK Communications Policy and Regulation. INFO; vol 14(2) March 2012.

Tambini, D. and Darlington, R. (2011) Regulating content as communications convergence. International Journal of Digital Television. 2(3): 285-296.

Tambini, D. (2010) What are Financial Journalists For? Journalism Studies 11(2): 158-174.

Tambini, D., Leonardi, D. and Marsden, C. (2008) Codifying Cyberspace:  Communications Self-regulation in the Age of Internet Convergence. London: Routledge.


Evidence of impact

The Report to the EC was published as Self-Regulation of Digital Media Converging on the Internet: Industry Codes of Conduct in Sectoral Analysis. University of Oxford 30 April 2004:

How ISPs Could Curb Our Freedom. The Guardian 17 May 2004.

Interviewed by Evan Davis BBC Radio 4 Today Programme Friday 21 November 2008:

Tambini, D. (2008) What is Financial Journalism For? Ethics and Responsibility in a Time of Crisis and Change’, LSE POLIS,

30 Minute programme on Australian Broadcasting Corporation drawing on Tambini’s research: ABC Background Briefing: The Media in Boom and Doom. Sunday 22 February 2009:

Puppis, M., Broughton Micova, S., and Tambini, D. (2012) Reforming the PCC: Lessons from Abroad. Media Policy Project Policy Brief 6:

Smith, R. C. and Tambini, D. (2012) Regulating Media Plurality and Media Power in the 21st Century, Media Policy Project Policy Brief 7:

Tambini, D. (2012) The End of Press Freedom, The Foundation for Law, Justice and Society with the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies and Wolfson College, University of Oxford:

Leveson Inquiry (2012) Searchable database of the Leveson Inquiry transcripts. provided by The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog:

House of Lords (2012) Transcript of House of Lords Select Committee:

European Commission Report of EU High Level Group on Media Pluralism:

Tambini, D. (2012) ‘New Media Forum’Summit on Media Pluralism, Debating Chamber of the European Parliament, June 27th 2012:


Relevant video and social media

‘What is internet freedom?’ Interview by Internet Freedom, 13 November 2013:

European Journalism Centre Forum on Financial Journalism, Brussels, 15th November 2009:

Media Policy Project – Facebook page and blog:

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