MA in International Journalism, University of Leeds, UK
MA in Applied Linguistics and ELT, University of DhakaBA (Hons) in English, University of Dhaka
Areas of Interest
Journalism, New Media, Social Media, User-Generated Contents
Mahmudunnabi is a Senior Lecturer of Media Studies and Journalism at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. He is also an adviser to ULAB TV. Prior to joining ULAB, he worked for various media at home and abroad including Independent TV and NTV for more than 10 years. He also taught courses as a part-time faculty in the University of Dhaka. His MA dissertation at the University of Leeds has been published as a book titled “Objective Journalism-myth or reality? A comparative study of the BBC and the AJE online reports.” He has several more academic publications to his credit.
Mahmudunnabi, 2011, Objective Journalism – myth or reality?
Mahmudunnabi and Zakaria, Muhammad (2014), “Political Factors in the Evolution of Journalism: Comparative Perspectives of the USA, UK and Chinese Journalism,” Journal of Politics and Administration (Peer-reviewed), December 2014,Vol.2, No.1
User Generated Contents in Bangladesh Media.
First BIMSTEC Film, Media and Journalism Conference.
Department of Television, Film and Photography, University of Dhaka and the Department of Media and Mass Communication, American International University-Bangladesh