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About brackenstockley

Contributor to the JusticeGap and WINOL. Currently studying journalism at the University of Winchester (Year Three).

Bracken Stockley, Broadcast Journalist: Showreel

(Best viewed in HD) Currently News Reporter for ‘The Justice Gap’. Advertisements

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Critical Reflection of my factual documentary for my FYP: ‘Time to take Stock?’

For my final year project I have filmed, produced and edited a 15-minute documentary on the subject of miscarriage of justice. The case concerns a man named Tony Stock, who was sentenced to ten years in prison for his alleged part in a brutal … Continue reading

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Time to take Stock? Factual Documentary for FYP

(Best viewed in HD) For my Final Year Project I have filmed, produced and edited a short 15-minute documentary on the subject of miscarriage of justice. The case concerns a man named Tony Stock, who was sentenced to 10 years … Continue reading

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Becci Hey – Josh’s Story (Safe Drive Stay Alive)

(Best viewed in HD) On April 27, 2012 Josh Bryant was tragically killed in a car crash. He was just 20 years of age. Josh’s Mum, Becci, now tells his story to thousands of students across Surrey and Hampshire in hope that … Continue reading

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Rosemary Edwards: Series Editor of ‘Springwatch, Autumnwatch & Winterwatch’

(Best viewed in HD) Rosemary Edwards is the Series Editor of the BBC’s ‘Springwatch, Autumnwatch & Winterwatch’. Interview filmed at BBC Bristol.

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A time for change: an investigation into the market strategies used by ‘The Lady’ magazine in the 21st century.

Increasingly, companies are expanding their virtual presence to capture new audiences and seek higher revenues. Magazine publishers are under continual pressure to move away from the traditional journalistic practices of their predecessors toward integrated, multimedia content creation. Readers now expect publications to generate print, TV, audio … Continue reading

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Media Law Update (11 March): Reporting Elections

Personal commentary on reporting elections: Journalistic obligation for accuracy and impartiality is greater than ever at election time. This is because it is through our reporting that, we as journalists, will assist the democratic process to allow voters to make their … Continue reading

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