As the nation waits with bated breath to see which party - or parties - will be running the country, it's clear that the 2010 General Election has been completely re-defined by the Prime Ministerial Debates. Politics on TV has come of age. But was it good for democracy? Did Cleggmania just turn politics into the X Factor?
Join The Media Society at the University of Westminster on May 11 to cure your post-election hangover with a cocktail of hindsight and punditry as some of television’s finest discuss, debate and disagree about how television covered the Election.
Political documentary maker MICHAEL COCKERELL, Reporter and producer: How to Win the Debate, joins the broadcasters’ three most senior election editors to discuss, debate and disagree about how television covered the General Election.
The event is jointly promoted by the University of Westminster and The Media Society and is at the University's Hogg Lecture Theatre, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS on Tuesday May 11.
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