Selected Publications

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Books (author)
Democracy Hacked – Political Turmoil and Information Warfare in the Digital Age, London: OneWorld, forthcoming, Autumn 2018
The Origins of Modern Spin: democratic government and the media in Britain, 1945-51, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006

Books (editor)
Moore, M. and D. Tambini (eds.) Digital Dominance: The Power of Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple, edited jointly with Damian Tambini, New York: Oxford University Press, June 2018
John Mair, Richard Keeble, Megan Lucero and Martin Moore, Data Journalism: Past, Present and Future, Bury St Edmunds: Abramis, 2017

Peer Reviewed Studies
Moore, M. & G.N. Ramsay (May 2017) UK media coverage of the 2016 EU Referendum campaign, Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power, Policy Institute, King’s College London
G.N. Ramsay & Moore, M. (May 2016) Monopolizing Local News: Is there an emerging democratic deficit in the UK due to the decline of local newspapers?, Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power, Policy Institute, King’s College London
Moore, M. (April 2016) Tech Giants and Civic Power, Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power, Policy Institute, King’s College London
Moore, M. (January 2016) Better Protecting BBC Financial Independence: An Exploratory Report for the BBC Trust, The Policy Institute at King’s, King’s College London

Policy Briefs
Barnett, Steven and Moore, Martin and Tambini, Damian (2017) Media plurality, the Fox-Sky bid, and the case for referral to Ofcom. LSE Media Policy Project Series, Tambini, Damian (ed.) Media Policy Brief 18, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK
Goodman, Emma and Labo, Sharif and Tambini, Damian and Moore, Martin (2017) The new political campaigning. LSE Media Policy Project Series, Tambini, Damian and Goodman, Emma (eds.) Media Policy Brief 19, The London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK

Chapters
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (2017) ‘Using data to track mainstream and social media during the 2017 UK Election campaign’ in John Mair, Richard Keeble, Megan Lucero and Martin Moore (ed.), Bury St Edmunds: Abramis
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (2017) Brexit and discrimination in the UK press’ in John Mair et al (ed.), Brexit, Trump and the Media, Bury St Edmunds: Abramis
Moore, M. (2015) ‘Plurality and local media’ in Steven Barnett and Judith Townend (ed.), Media Power and Plurality, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Moore, M. (2015) ‘Data Journalism and the 2015 UK General Election: Media Content Analysis for a Digital Age’ in John Mair (ed.), Data Journalism (2015) Bury St Edmunds: Abramis

Journal Articles
Moore, M. (2016) ‘Facebook, the Conservatives and the Risk to Fair and Open Elections in the UK’, The Political Quarterly, 87(3), pp424-430
Moore, M. & G.N. Ramsay (2016) ‘Digital Agenda-Setting: Measuring mainstream and social media influence during the UK 2015 election campaign’ Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 13(1), pp21-29
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (May 2015) ‘The Election Spin, Unspun’, British Journalism Review, 26(2) pp35-40
Moore, M. (2014) ‘RIP RIPA? Snowden, Surveillance, and the Inadequacies of our Existing Legal Framework’, The Political Quarterly, 85(2), pp125–132
Moore, M. (2011), ‘The Limits of Transparency’, The Political Quarterly, 82(4), pp506–508
Moore, M. (2009) ‘Only change can save self-policing’, British Journalism Review, 20(1) pp55-60
Moore, M. (2008) ‘Trustworthiness: the Commentators’, The Political Quarterly, 79(3), pp314-323
Moore, M. (2007) ‘Public interest, media neglect’, British Journalism Review, 18(2) pp33-40
Moore, M. (2006) ‘In news we trust’, British Journalism Review, 17(4) pp45-51

Reports
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (October 2015) UK Election 2015 – Setting the Agenda, Centre for the Study of Media, Communication and Power, Policy Institute, King’s College London
Moore, M. et al (2015) Election Unspun: Political Parties, the press, and Twitter during the 2015 election campaign, London: Media Standards Trust
Moore, M. (2015) Who was hacked? An investigation into phone hacking and its victims, London: Media Standards Trust
Moore, M. (2014), Addressing the Democratic Deficit in Local News through Positive Plurality, London: Media Standards Trust
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (2013) ‘IPSO: An Assessment’, London: Media Standards Trust
Moore, M. and G. N. Ramsay (2012), A Free and Accountable Media, London: Media Standards Trust

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May 16th, 2018 at 8:25 am

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