We hope you are all keeping well while the Covid pandemic continues to present significant challenges. The editors are very pleased to announce that Volume 9 Issue 1 of the Political Economy of Communication is now available here: https://polecom.org/index.php/polecom
This is the Covid pandemic-themed issue and we have particularly appreciated the contributions of both the authors and the reviewers during this period. Contents are listed below.
We are currently processing submissions for Volume 9.2, and seeking submissions for 10.1 in 2022 which will mark the Political Economy of Communication’s tenth year of publication!
If any of you submitted a paper to the online IAMCR conference this year and would like to submit it for publication in the Political Economy of Communication, we’d be very happy to consider any topic on a political-economy -related theme. The journal is an official IAMCR publication, is double-blind peer-reviewed and is now listed on the Scopus Index.
Pandemic Lessons: Total Surveillance and the Post-Trust Society
byMark Andrejevic, Zala Volcic
The Rush to Return to Live Sports Events: A Political-Economic Analysis of Sports Entertainment in the Time of COVID-19
By Jennifer M Proffitt, Nivia Escobar Salazar, Juliann Cortese & Patrick F. Merle
Nigerian Newsrooms Under COVID-19 Lockdown
By Fatima Abubakre
Controversy in the Time of COVID: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Three Case Studies from South African Online News Sites
By Ruth Teer-Tomaselli
From the Ashes: Imagining a Post-Commercial Future for Media
By Victor Pickard https://polecom.org/index.php/polecom/article/view/138/370
Private Deals Between Digital and Media Lords to Save Journalism: The Case of the Australian News Media Bargaining Code
By Benedetta Brevini https://polecom.org/index.php/polecom/article/view/139/371
Robotics, AI and Humanity
By Russell A. Newman https://polecom.org/index.php/polecom/article/view/140/372