Journal of Radio & Audio Media (JRAM)
The Journal of Radio & Audio Media (JRAM) is a semiannual publication designed to promote scholarly dialogues generated by various disciplinary and methodological points of view. The Journal welcomes interdisciplinary inquiries regarding radio’s contemporary and historical subject matter as well as those audio media that have challenged radio’s traditional use. Scholars are invited to submit articles pertaining to any area of radio and audio media. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, formats and programming, new technology, policy and regulation, rating systems, commercial and noncommercial networks, radio history, management and innovation, personalities, popular cultures, uses and effects studies, propaganda, social movements, advertising and sales, market concentration, Internet and satellite radio, podcasting, alternative formats, diversity, gender and international radio.
Anne F. MacLennan
Department of Communication Studies,
York-Ryerson Joint Graduate Program in Communication & Culture,
Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies,
3025 Victor Phillip Dahdaleh (DB) Building, (formerly TEL Building)
York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, Ontario M3J 1P3