The author has no competing interests to declare.
David Morley is currently Professor of Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London and begun his career as a Research Fellow at the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies in Birmingham. At Goldsmiths he co-founded the Transnational Research Unit and the Pacific Asia Cultural Studies Forum. He is the editor of Routledge’s Comedia book series and the author of books including Television, Audiences and Cultural Studies (1992), Media Modernity and Technology: The Geography of the New (2007) and Communications and Mobility: The Mobile Phone, the Migrant and the Container Box (forthcoming, 2017). He currently serves on the Editorial/Advisory Boards of a number of journals, including The European Journal of Cultural Studies, Television and New Media and Inter-Asia Cultural Studies.
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