Ever wondered why some Instagram users give too much attention to the caption rather than the photo they are posting?
Politics has turned nasty. Not on the streets, it has been that way for a while, but towards the media. Where it used to be brutal behind the scenes, now it is all out in the open.
‘The gaming industry stigma must go’: MM chat to Access Creative College, the pioneers looking to make waves in the education system
For the modern generation, gaming has become part of day to day life. MM went down to speak to Manchester’s Access Creative College staff and students about the college’s innovative work and future plans for expansion.
Sad and frightening headlines have splashed the front pages of the newspapers in 2015, but a Manchester illustrator is hitting back with a paper celebrating the year’s most cheerful news stories.
In the wake of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s comments regarding the banning of Muslims from entering the USA, the issue of how refugees and Muslims are portrayed in the media is more pressing than ever.
‘Clearly racist’ Britain First could see surge in support after ‘shameful’ Paris attacks, says Hulme Green candidate
Britain First will see a surge in their support after the ‘callous and shameful’ Paris attacks, warns a Manchester Green Party candidate.
Foodie website Good Egg Manchester and culture publication The Culture Review – both set up by former Mancunian Matters contributors – are already making a big impact on those seeking an alternative to mainstream media.
The American writer behind the world’s most well-known family, The Simpsons, has been named the first official patron of the Salford International Media Festival.
A four-day festival showcasing the best creative work from Salford University’s arts and media students will return to MediaCityUK tomorrow.
While one may consider this the quintessential essence of a narcissistic and intellectually stunted age, others see the photograph as a beneficial tool for the distribution of knowledge and experience.
Liberal Democrat MP for South Manchester, John Leech has today joined the Shadow Cabinet as a spokesperson for Culture, Media and Sport.