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.
Global Media Journal has established a remarkable network of independent editions, including: African, American, Arabian (in print and online), Australian, Brazilian, Canadian (in English and French), Chinese (in print and online), German, Indian, Malaysian, Mediterranean, Mexican, Pakistan, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.
As a premiere and leading digital publication, Global Media Journal:
- Will continue to expand and add new editions around the globe.
- Is advised by an editorial board of prominent International Communication scholars.
- Publishes refereed papers, invited papers, and book reviews.
- Offers an opportunity to graduate students to publish their work.
- Publishes commentaries about issues pertaining to media and globalization.
- Facilitates exchange of information and ideas through its “Dialogue” section.