Welcome to the Journal
Global Media Journal publishes works that assess existing media structures and practices, such as global media concentration, globalization of TV genres, global media and consumer culture, the role of media in democratic governance and global justice, propaganda, media reception and cultural practice, commercialization of news, new media technologies, media regulations, regional media, alternative media, and other timely issues.

The first issue of Global Media Journal, devoted to exploring the world of communication, was launched online in fall of 2002.  Since then, this groundbreaking publication has steadily and firmly established itself as a journal to address diverse interests of students, teachers, scholars, researchers, and institutions engaged in international activities, particularly.
 
Global Media Journal publishes works that assess existing media structures and practices, such as global media concentration, globalization of TV genres, global media and consumer culture, the role of media in democratic governance and global justice, propaganda, media reception and cultural practice, commercialization of news, new media technologies, media regulations, regional media, alternative media, and other timely issues.
 
Since its inauguration, Global Media Journal has been available to interested individuals for free (open access). This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
 
Global Editions
The consistent goal of Global Media Journal is to address diverse interests of media and journalism scholars, researchers, teachers, students, and institutions engaged in international activities, particularly communication. As of Spring 2013, there are 19 established and confirmed editions--other editions are under consideration.

New editions are being planned. The goal is to establish an edition of the journal in every major language and region of the world, thereby creating a global research and communication network for scholars, students, teachers, journalists, interested individuals, and institutions around the globe. Ultimately, such a network will facilitate exchange of information and knowledge in a timely and efficient manner. Global Media Journal is an effective communication channel for enhancing and promoting intercultural communication, international relations, and global cooperation among diverse cultures and institutions.

 

 
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