Developments in the media and communication areas are moving at such a pace that academics need a journal which allows them to publish academic work relevant to current practices before those practices become outdated or at least old news. While media studies generally are well-catered for by academic journals, growth areas such as journalism, public relations, media production and digital media need a forum, and the environment, where academics can engage in the discussion and debate relevant to their emerging disciplines.
Journal articles will be subject to external assessment, that is, assessment by at least one reviewer who is independent of the journal's editorial board.
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Dr Judith Clarke, Baptist University, Hong Kong
Elliott S. Parker, Central Michigan University, USA
Dr Lee Richard Duffield, Queensland University of Technology
Jim Tully, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Dr Kasun Ubayasiri, Griffith University, Brisbane
Philip Cass, Unitec, Auckland, New Zealand
Dr Stephen Stockwell, Griffith University, Gold Coast
Dr Steve Quinn, University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China
Ejournalist: refereed media journal. ISSN 1444-741X