Knowing your enemy (and your friends): Cultures of radio monitoring and surveillance

15 - 16 September 2016, University of York

During this workshop participants explored cross-border radio propaganda and practices of surveillance, and evidence produced by contemporary radio monitoring and audience research. Surviving data concerning audience behaviour needs to be treated with caution: it was created for a particular political purpose. This problem was considered by encouraging an interdisciplinary approach, involving scholars of radio history, auditory cultures, audience reception and geopolitics. 

You can download the full programme at the link below:

York workshop (PDF, 394kB)

This workshop featured presentation by the following network members and invited speakers and ended with a round table discussion: