Journal of Audio-visual Media and Technologies call for Chinese and English academic articles regarding broadcasting and new media
Dear academic friends, Wish you all have a joyful kick start of this fantastic 2020!
Since being published in 1992, Journal of Radio and Television has been an important venue for rigorous academic papers regarding radio, television, film, communication industry, and new media. In 2019, this long established, reputed journal, ranked third in articles’ citation numbers in the field of humanities, social science and communication, according the National Library’s annual ranking of academic journals in Taiwan.
After Professor Trisha Lin (Director of the Department of Radio & Television, National Chengchi University) took over the editor-in-chief in late 2019, she has expanded the editorial board, repositioned the journal, and revamped its website. The English journal name was changed to Journal of Audio-visual Media and Technologies (JAMT) to emphasize the significance of new media technologies in communication. Several well-known communication scholars in Taiwan and abroad were invited to join JAMT’s editorial team.
Currently, JAMT positions itself as an international Chinese-English bilingual journal with the research scope of broadcasting, television and new media. The launch of JAMT website will be in February 2020(http://amt.nccu.edu.tw/) has been launched online in February 2020, while the 40th volume of this journal is expected to be published in March 2020. Original and innovative academic research articles related to radio, television, film, photography, video, new media, and the Internet are welcome to submit here. We accept both Chinese and English research articles, as well as book reviews. We welcome articles which can systematically analyze trends of electronic media and digital communication, promote the development of academic knowledge, or respond to practical problems of communication industry and society. JAMT accepts theoretical papers or empirical articles, with different research methods, especially interdisciplinary work.
JAMT strictly adheres to international academic norms; that is, all submissions will go through a rigorous double-blind review process. The format of manuscript is the same as that of “Mass Media Research,” which can refer to the style description of this journal: http://amt.nccu.edu.tw/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/03%E8%AB%96%E6%96%87%E9%AB%94% E4% BE% 8B.pdf. If you have any questions, please write to us. Your submissions can be emailed to the editorial committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Dr. Trisha Lin, Editor-in-chief,
Journal of Audio-visual Media and Technologies (JAMT)