Media and Communication is an international peer-reviewed open access journal dedicated to a wide variety of basic and applied research in communication and its related fields.

Open Access Journal | ISSN: 2183-2439

Media and Communication (ISSN: 2183-2439) is an international open access journal dedicated to a wide variety of basic and applied research in communication and its related fields. It aims at providing a research forum on the social and cultural relevance of media and communication processes.

Editors: Epp Lauk, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, and Raul Reis, School of Communication, Emerson College, USA (see full Editorial Board)

Open Access: free to read and share, with an article processing charge for accepted papers to offset production costs (more details here)

Latest Publications

No Digital “Castles in the Air”: Online Non-Participation and the Radical Left
Linus Andersson
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.694 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Free Software Beyond Radical Politics: Negotiations of Creative and Craft Autonomy in Digital Visual Media Production
Julia Velkova
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.693 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Mediatisation, Marginalisation and Disruption in Australian Indigenous Affairs
Kerry McCallum , Lisa Waller and Tanja Dreher
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.695 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Energiewende’s Lone Warriors: A Hyperlink Network Analysis of the German Energy Transition Discourse
Jonas Kaiser , Markus Rhomberg , Axel Maireder and Stephan Schlögl
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.554 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Narrative Agency in Hashtag Activism: The Case of #BlackLivesMatter
Guobin Yang
Commentary | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.692 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Social Movements and Political Agency in the Digital Age: A Communication Approach
Anastasia Kavada
Commentary | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.691 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Political Agency at the Digital Crossroads?
Anne Kaun , Maria Kyriakidou and Julie Uldam
Editorial | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i4.690 | Publication date: 2016/08/11
Taming Distraction: The Second Screen Assemblage, Television and the Classroom
Markus Stauff
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.538 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Still ‘Watching’ TV? The Consumption of TV Fiction by Engaged Audiences
Alexander Dhoest and Nele Simons
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.427 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
The End of the Television Archive as We Know It? The National Archive as an Agent of Historical Knowledge in the Convergence Era
Berber Hagedoorn and Bas Agterberg
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.595 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Digital Media Platforms and the Use of TV Content: Binge Watching and Video-on-Demand in Germany
Lothar Mikos
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.542 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
The End of Television—Again! How TV Is Still Influenced by Cultural Factors in the Age of Digital Intermediaries
Gunn Enli and Trine Syvertsen
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.547 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Not Yet the Post-TV Era: Network and MVPD Adaptation to Emergent Distribution Technologies
Mike Van Esler
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.548 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
Re-Locating the Spaces of Television Studies
Anna Cristina Pertierra
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.563 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
“There Will Still Be Television but I Don’t Know What It Will Be Called!”: Narrating the End of Television in Australia and New Zealand
Jock Given
Article | Media and Communication | Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.561 | Publication date: 2016/07/14
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