Dr Mike Flood Page

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Dr. Mike Flood Page is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Department, Media Arts. He is currently conducting research into broadcast institutions manage uncertainty through editorial policy and compliance strategy. His doctorate The development of BBC on-demand strategy 2003-2007: the Public Value Test and the iPlayer, was undertaken at the Centre for Cultural Policy Research at the University of Glasgow.  He has given oral evidence on to the House of Commons Culture Media and Sport Select Committee enquiry into BBC Charter Review, and participated in the academic round table as part of the review of BBC Governance by Sir David Clementi. He has presented papers at the RIPE (Re-Visionary Interpretations of the Public Enterprise) Conference in Antwerp in September 2016, the International Association for Media and Communications Conference in Montreal in 2015 and the European Media Management Association Conference in Tallinn in 2014.  He devised and led a Masters course in cross-platform and social media strategy at Goldsmiths, University of London, and has been a visiting lecturer at the University of Trent Nottingham, and the University of Middlesex. He has been an Executive Producer in television News & Current Affairs, Education, and documentary for the BBC, ITV and Channel 4. As a BBC Commissioner he was responsible for a range of award-winning programmes, and learning initiatives including Computers Don’t Bite and Webwise. He then became Editorial Director at multiplatform company Illumina Digital for clients including the BBC, Channel 4, the Department of Education, the National Theatre, English National Opera and YouTube. He is an editor of OurBeeb at openDemocracy, and a member of the Advisory Group of the Indie Training Fund. His awards include three BAFTAs for interactive work and three from the Royal Television Society including best TV documentary for the Windrush series.   His research interests in media and communications include: innovation, digital and social media, public service broadcasting, institutional change and strategy. 

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