Giles Harvey considers whether poetry still has a place in the whirlwind world of mass media communication.
Laura Keynes reflects on the life of a nineteenth century hack…
Al Jazeera’s Head of International and Media relations, Satnam Matharu talks to the LIP about the station’s reputation and aims for the future.
Alice Fordham considers the difference between British newsreaders and their American counterparts.
Christopher Whalen looks at the media on film.
Sophie Khadr is amazed by the first Howard Stern Film Festival in New York.
Coming soon – the LIP magazine music issue featuring… Graham Coxon on art and inspiration, The Pipettes, Emily Ford on the sounds coming from the London Underground, Miles Johnson talks to Tamer Nafer of DAM, artist Idris Khan talks to Mark Grimmer about representing music in photography, Professor Julian Leff on music and psychiatry, Laura Alsopp discusses the Frieze art fair, Tim Noakes speaks to the inventor of the MPC, Roger Linn and Hedley Twidle explains why Keith Jarrett is essential listening plus much, much more.
For more information contact Mark Grimmer editor@theLIP.org.