Professor Roy Greenslade
Professor Roy Greenslade is one of Britain's foremost media teachers. He is a leading commentator and columnist on the media, and currently blogs for The Guardian.
As a journalist he rose to the highest levels of management in a career taking in The Sun, the Sunday Times, and culminating in the editorship of the Daily Mirror.
Roy is the author of Press Gang: How Newspapers make Profits from Propaganda (Macmillan, 2003), Maxwell's Fall (Simon & Schuster, 1992), and Goodbye to the Working Class (Marion Boyars, 1976).
- Greenslade, R. (2010). Family Newspapers? Sex, private life and the British popular press. JOURNALISM STUDIES, 11(2), 285-286.
- Greenslade, R. (2000). Monstermania and tabloid antics (The child molester, monster of the new millennium). INDEX ON CENSORSHIP, 29(5), 70-+. doi: 10.1080/03064220008536803
- Greenslade, R. (2000). Monstermania and tabloid antics. Index on Censorship, 29(5), 70-75.
- Greenslade, R. (1996). Lessons learned from the British newspaper experience. Editor and Publisher, 129(29), 72-X20.
- GREENSLADE, R. (Oct 1994). NEWS AND JOURNALISM IN THE UK - MCNAIR,B. MEDIA CULTURE & SOCIETY, 16(4), 714-716.
- GREENSLADE, R. (14 May 1993). A CRACKED MIRROR. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 6(252), 17-17.
- GREENSLADE, R. (10 Sep 1993). SKY IS NOT THE LIMIT. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 6(269), 16-17.
- GREENSLADE, R. (16 Oct 1992). TORY TABLOID TWITCHINESS. NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, 5(224), 23-23.
- Greenslade, R. (2003). Press Gang: How Newspapers make Profits from Propaganda. Macmillan _. ISBN: 0333783115.
- Greenslade, R. (01 Apr 1992). Maxwell's fall. Simon & Schuster.
- Greenslade, R. (Jun 1976). Goodbye to the working class. Marion Boyars Publishers. ISBN: 0714525111.