The Radio Journal 19.1 is out now! Special Issue
Intellect is pleased to announce that Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media 19.1 is out now!
Special Issue: ‘New Voices’
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Aims and Scope
The Radio Journal publishes critical analyses of radio and sound media across a variety of platforms, from broadcast to podcast and all in between. We define ‘radio’ broadly to include not only traditional broadcasting, but any form of creative or factual expression that takes place primarily through sound. We look for articles that explore the production, circulation and reception of radio and creative soundwork, and encourage a wide range of international and interdisciplinary perspectives on both historical and contemporary issues in sound-based journalism and media studies. The Radio Journal welcomes scholarship from early career researchers as well as internationally renowned scholars. The Radio Journal is an English-language journal with a strong international editorial board. It is a refereed publication; all research articles undergo rigorous double-blind peer review. The editors will review other contributions. The process normally takes three to six months to complete, from submission to decision. Scholars around the world are invited to submit original articles of 6000–8000 words (including notes and references – but not including the author biography, keywords or abstract), following Intellect style guidelines. The Radio Journal also publishes book reviews, conference reports, viewpoint essays on current debates, translations, and news of digital and archival sources for research.
ILANA R. EMMETT
NEROLI PRICE AND LAURA GARBES
STACEY COPELAND AND LAUREN KNIGHT
ERIN CORY AND HUGO BOOTHBY
FREJA SØRINE ADLER BERG
FABÍOLA ORTIZ DOS SANTOS
ALEX DE LACEY