Thank you for visiting this free Media Studies revision site. It's been constructed with you, the student, in mind to supply you with all the latest news, advice and resources to help study the varied and exciting subject: Media Studies. Media teachers can also benefit here with lesson ideas, schemes of work and free downloadable resources. No login or registration required.
Update - new resources in preparation for May and June 2013 Media Studies exams are in process of being added. Please use contact us form if there are any broken links or missing file extensions - this is because 123 reg changed servers without telling me.
Case Studies will also be updated because of the speed at which things in the Media change - The Inbetweeners, John Carter are just two recent additions, useful for section B of G332 exam. Use navigation tabs on left, menu above the header and media tags at bottom of pages and do follow alevelmedia on twitter and share the website address. AQA TV Crime Drama exam June 2012 and AQA Music Press June 6th Exam materials are in process of being typed and ready to share.
AS Media Studies A2 Media Studies Media Goodies
Tags: Media Studies, A-level Media, GCSE Media, Media Studies revision, Media studies coursework, Media studies exam practice, Media studies books, media case studies, media technology,new media, media studies 2.0, book shop, Media studies store, Media theory, Media lesson plans, Media studies, schemes of work, media glossary, media diary, media studies downloads, media literacy factsheets, advertising techniques, SPIKEZ, globalisation film, we the media, media picture gallery, media studies key concepts, audience theory in the media, GCSE, G322, TV Crime Drama Exam Revision Pre-release
We've got everything you need for starting Media Studies in Year 12 to finishing off in Year 13 and beyond (and VERY soon, everything for GCSE Media Studies, inlcuding summative TV Crime Drama resources).
Can't find what you're looking for? Then please use the contact form to request specific content or use the Google custom search bars dotted around the site. Content is added regularly and can be sourced to aid you in your course if you are polite!