Mr. David Willis has been a new reporter with the BBC for more than thirty years. For the past fifteen years he has been the BBC’s correspondent in Los Angeles, and he has reported on stories throughout the United States. In 2003 he held a Reuters Fellowship at Oxford University, researching the relationship between the Bush administration and the media. He has a particular interest in Hollywood and the entertainment industry, and their changing place in American culture, the subject he will address in the Fifteenth Annual Gordon Lecture in American Studies, hosted by the Andrew Hook Centre for American Studies.
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