The Birmingham Centre for Media & Cultural Research is offering a Research Studentship worth £16,680 in popular music and radio in the digital age
This is a rapidly developing centre of research excellence based at Birmingham City University, with a community of over thirty academics and research degree students. Centre staff conduct research into all aspects of the media and popular culture, but have a particularly strong reputation in work about the changing form of popular music and radio media.
The research would form part of the work of the Interactive Cultures group, and you would be supervised by Prof Tim Wall Dr Paul Long and Andrew Dubber. Their work in popular music, radio and cultural politics is internationally recognised with both academic and media
communities, and you would have the opportunity to be involved in a number of major research and knowledge transfer initiatives including the Music and Radio Innovation and the Music Consumption in the Digital Age projects.
Find out more and if you are interested, you can download an application form from the Interactivecultures website.