Colbran, M. (2015 ) ‘Penal reform groups, new media and the mainstream news: strategies for managing the new media landscape’ London: The Howard League
This report sets out strategies for penal reform special interest groups and NGOs to ensure extra coverage in mainstream and other media, improve discussion of the complex issues relating to crime and justice and improve public knowledge and understanding of these issues. The report identifies a number of strategies that could be adopted to achieve improved coverage via mainstream and new media and suggests alternative forms of media that could be used to engage with targeted audiences.
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