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Chris Armstrong

Research Associate at the Centre for Law, Technology and Society at University of Ottawa

About Me

Dr. Chris Armstrong is a Visiting Fellow at the LINK Centre, School of Literature, Language and Media (SLLM), Wits University, Johannesburg; and a Research Associate at the Centre for Law, Technology and Society (CLTS), Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa. His teaching focus areas are broadcasting and digital media, and his research work spans across media studies, intellectual property rights, access to knowledge (A2K), knowledge governance, and open innovation. Armstrong's PhD dissertation focused on South African TV policy, and he has published articles on TV policymaking, community media, and broadcast digital migration. Before joining the LINK Centre, Armstrong worked for two South African NGOs – the Centre for Democratic Communications (CDC) and the National Community Radio Forum (NCRF) – and before that as a print and radio journalist in Canada, Japan and South Africa. He holds a PhD in Media Studies, a Master's in Journalism, and a BA in Political Science and English Literature.

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