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A former Archant, BBC and ITV journalist, Mark has worked as a production journalist, editor and producer in the UK and the Middle East. Previously Research Director, Televirtual Ltd and Director/Producer with Broadsword Television. He is currently Course Director for Broadcast Journalism and the Project Manager of the PSI/EU Interreg project, SeaMedia. Research Publications: include The Production and Display of a 3D Television Programme (with Dr. A Dunbreck, Atomic Energy Agency, and C. Girdword, Independent Television Commission), Proceedings of the Montreux TV Symposium, 1997; Practical Aspects of Motion Capture (with Dr. M Tutt), Eurographics UK Chapter, UEA, 1998; Practice and Application of Motion Capture (with Dr. M. Tutt), Proceedings of ‘Computer Vision for Virtual Human Modelling’, IEE Colloquium, 1998; Simon – An Innovative Approach to Deaf Signing on Television (with Dr. F. Pezeshkapour, Dr. M. Tutt, Professor J. A. Bangham, Dr. I. Marshall), Proceedings of the International Broadcast Convention (IBC), Amsterdam, 1999. Teaches Online and Broadcast Journalism and Practical Media. He has a BA in Politics from Liverpool University and an MA in European Affairs from the UEA.
Master of Arts, University of East Anglia
Award Date: 1 Jan 2003
Bachelor of Arts, University of Liverpool
Award Date: 1 Jan 1976
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SMiTS: Sea Media in Two Seas
Hardy, L., Inthorn, S., Kassim, H., Prentoulis, M., Street, J., Wright, S. & Wells, M.
1/07/11 → 30/09/14