Ph.D, Media and Communication Studies, University of Wales, UK
Assistant Professor of Media Studies
- Media Law and Ethics
- Economic & Social Issues in Public Relations & Advertising
- Senior Career Project
- Communication/Multimedia Internship
- Principles of Public Relations and Advertising
- Digital media
- African Media Systems
- Southern theory
- Moyo, L. (2018) “Rethinking the network society: A decolonial and border gnosis of the digital divide in Africa and the Global South” In Theorising the Digital Divide, London: Routledge: Edited by Glenn Muschert and Massimo Ragnedda.
- Moyo, L. and Mutsvairo, B. (2018) “Can the subaltern think?: The Decolonial Turn in Communication Studies Research” In Palgrave Handbook on Communication Research in Africa, London: Palgrave. Edited by Bruce Mutswairo.
- Moyo, L. (2015) “ Crossing the taboo lines: Citizen journalism ethics in crises settings” in Participatory Politics and Citizen Journalism in a Networked Africa” London: Palgrave. Edited by Bruce Mutsvairo.
- Moyo, L. (2014) “ Citizen journalism as a practice of freedom” in Citizen Journalism: Clobal Voices, London: Peter Lang. Edited by Stuart Allan and Einnar Thorsen, Peter Lang.
- Moyo, L. (2013) “Converging Technologies, Converging Spaces, Converging Practices: The Shaping of Digital Cultures and Practices on Radio” Online Journalism in Africa, London: Routledge. Edited by Jason Whittaker, Hayes Mabweazara, and Okoth Fred Mudhai.
- Moyo, L. (2013) ‘Introduction: Critical reflections on technological convergence on radio and the emerging digital cultures and practices’ Telematics and Informatics: An Interdisciplinary Journal on the Social Impacts of New Technologies, Vol. 30 (2):pp.1-13.
- Moyo, L. (2013) ‘THE DIGITAL TURN IN RADIO: A critique of institutional and organizational modeling of new radio practices and cultures’ Telematics and Informatics: An Interdisciplinary Journal on the Social Impacts of New Technologies, Vol. 30 (2):pp.14-23.
- Moyo, L. (2012). ‘Participation, Citizenship, and Pirate Radio as Empowerment: The Case of Radio Dialogue in Zimbabwe’ in International Journal of Communication 6 (2012), pp.484–5.
- Moyo, L. (2011), ‘Blogging down a dictatorship: Human rights, citizen journalists, and the right to communicate in Zimbabwe’ Journalism, 12(6): 745 - 760.