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See especially their guide to film, TV & radio collections in the UK, and Box of Broadcasts (BoB) media recording and archive service, to which the Library subscribes (key TV & radio channels have an archive back to about 2007). TRILT - the database behind BoB - has details of recordings from 1995, and it's possible to request copies of these.
The Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press was the most wide-ranging inquiry of its kind in British history, reflecting the central role of news and journalism in modern society. This archive was curated by Kingston University in cooperation with the National Archives & other bodies.
UK quango, communications & media (TV & radio) regulator, produces a variety of useful publications, including:
Adults' media use & attitudes report
Children's media literacy
Communications market reports
Detailed insight into the influence of the internet on everyday life in Britain, based on survey data every 2 years since 2003. A similar exercise in the US is the Pew Internet & American Life Project.
Project investigating the use of algorithms, automation, and computational propaganda in public life. Political bots are manipulating public opinion by directing conversations, demobilising opposition, and generating false support on popular social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Sina Weibo
Practical guidance from European Journalism Centre on how to detect & investigate social media accounts, bots, private messaging apps, information operations, deep fakes, and other forms of disinformation and media manipulation
Excellent news & analysis from the US Social Sciences Research Council on digital disinformation and misinformation in relation to elections, democracy, media, and technology. Global, with strong coverage of the US