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Book (authored)

Moore, Paul and Scott, Ted (2008) Radio Production: A Guide to Practical Skills. COTA MATS. Windhoek, Namibia. 71 pp ISBN 0-86976-721-4 [Book (authored)]

Moore, Paul and Bazelgette, Cary (2004) A Wider Literacy. Northern Ireland Film and Television Commission/British Film Institute. Belfast. 52 pp ISBN NIFTC/BFI2004 [Book (authored)]

Book section

Akser, M, Bridges, B, Campo, G, Cheddad, A, Curran, KJ, Fitzpatrick, L, Hamilton, L, Harding, J, Leath, T, Lunney, TF, Lyons, F, Ma, M, Macrae, J, Maguire, T, McCaughey, A, McClory, E, McCollum, V, McKevitt, P, Melvin, A, Moore, P, Mulholland, E, Munoz, K, O'Hanlon, G and Roman, L (2017) SceneMaker: creative technology for digital StoryTelling. In: Interactivity, Game Creation, Design, Learning, and Innovation, Proc. of the 5th EAI International Conference on ArtsIT, Interactivity and Game Creation (ArtsIT-2016) and 1st EAI International Conference on Design, Learning and Innovation (DLI-2016). (Eds: Brooks, A.L. and Brooks, E.), Springer, Berlin, pp. 29-38. ISBN 978-3-319-55834-9 [Book section]

Moore, Paul (2010) Stap Fightin' - Accents of Violence in the Work of James Young. In: Performing Violence in Contemporary Ireland. (Eds: Fitzpatrick, Lisa), Carysfort Press, Dublin, pp. 119-129. ISBN 978-1-904-505-44-0 [Book section]

Moore, Paul (2003) Sectarian Sound and Cultural Identity in Northern Ireland. In: Auditory Cultures. (Eds: Bull, Mike and Back, Les), Berg, Oxford, pp. 265-279. ISBN 1 858973 613 0 [Book section]


Lyons, Frank and Moore, Paul (2013) The River Still Sings. [Composition]

Conference contribution

Moore, Paul and Lilley, Anthony (2013) Counting What Counts: Data as an asset for cultural policymakers and practitioners. In: Ready for Tomorrow: Culture as an Agent for Social and Economic Transformation, Vilnius, Lithuania. Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Lithuania. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]

Moore, Paul, Lyons, Frank and O'Hanlon, Greg (2013) The River Still Sings. In: Digital Arts and Humanities Conference, University of Ulster, Magee. Digital Humanities ireland. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]

Moore, Paul (2012) Get Creative: Skills, Research infrastructure and Finance. In: Get Creative: Make the Most of the Global Opportunities for the UK's Creative and Digital Sectors. BSAC. 20 pp. [Conference contribution]


Lyons, Frank, Moore, Paul, Bridges, Brian and O'Hanlon, Greg (2009) 'The River Sings'. Void Gallery. [Exhibition]

Moore, Paul (2006) Remembering the Gaumont. Lancaster Gallery, Coventry. [Exhibition]


Moore, Paul, Lyons, Frank, Bridges, Brian and O'Hanlon, Greg (2009) The River Sings. The Void Gallery [Installation]

Moore, Paul (2007) 2007 – Cross(referenc)ing The Namib - sound exhibition exhibited by invitation at the National Gallery of Namibia, July 2007. National Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek, Namibia [Installation]

Internet publication

Moore, Paul (2008) Economist Debate - Regulating Business and Financial Risks: This House believes that by intervening to regulate business and financial risks, governments have made things worse. 14 pp [Internet publication]

Journal article

Moore, Paul (2009) From the Bogside to Namibia: The place of community broadcasting in post-conflict cultural reconstruction. From the Bogside to Namibia: The place of community broadcasting in post-conflict cultural reconstruction, 6 (1). pp. 45-58. [Journal article]

Moore, Paul (2003) Legacy: Fourth phase public service broadcasting in Northern Ireland. The Radio Journal International Studies in Broadcast and Audio Media, 1 (2). pp. 87-100. [Journal article]

Moore, Paul (2000) From the Semiotics of Sight to the Semiotics of Sound. From the Semiotics of Sight to the Semiotics of Sound, 1 (3). pp. 148-156. [Journal article]

Research report (external)

Lilley, Anthony and Moore, Paul (2013) Counting What Counts. NESTA. 61 pp. [Research report (external)]

Moore, Paul (2010) A Digital Participation Plan for Northern Ireland. Ofcom and the Digital Participation Working Group. 16 pp. [Research report (external)]

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