The Journal of Radio Studies (JRS) seeks articles and book reviews for the June 2002 issue. Studies may concentrate on any contemporary or historical area of raidio including: social movements, propaganda, personalities, regulations/policy, international radio, drama, popular culture, advertising, rhetorical studies, internet, talk radio, and intercultural, just to mention a few.
JRS is the world's only scholarly publication dedicated to radio studies. See its cumulative index on the web page of the Broadcast Education Association. Submit manuscripts in APA style to Frank Chorba at the address below.
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