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Beyond Leveson – The future of News International: Guest lecture by George Brock

Head of Journalism at City University London, George Brock will give a guest lecture at Monash Univerity examining the implications of the inquiry into the News International phone hacking scandal.

Monash University will host a public lecture by blogger and City University London’s Head of Journalism, Professor George Brock, on Thursday 31 May.

The lecture, ‘Beyond Leveson – The future of News International’ will discuss the inquiry into the News International phone hacking scandal, and ‘possible implications of this “cathartic moment” in the public life of the UK.’

Mr. Brock has previously worked as a writer and editor for The Times (of London) for 28 years, and before that for The Observer. He is the Chair of UK Press Institute and sits on the board of the World Editors Forum.

The event begins at 6pm at the Monash Conference Centre, 30 Collins Street, Melbourne on Thursday 31 May. Time will be dedicated to interviews following the lecture.

RSVP: by Monday 28 May

Mr. Brock will also be giving a similar lecture at the University of Technology Sydney (Australian Centre for Independent Journalism) at 2pm on Wednesday 30th May, Room 411, Building 4. All are welcome to attend.

You can read more about Mr. Brock through his blog, or by following his twitter.

More information about the lecture can be found here.

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