Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media 17.1 published

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Aims & Scope

The /Radio Journal/ publishes critical analyses of radio and sound media across a variety of platforms, from broadcast to podcast and all in between. Articles focus on both historical and contemporary issues in sound-based journalism and media studies. We look for work that explores the production, circulation and reception of radio and creative soundwork, and encourage a wide range of international and interdisciplinary perspectives. All research articles undergo rigorous double-blind peer review.

Issue 17.1


Special Issue from The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum, 2018, Prato, Italy
Mia Lindgren and Jason Loviglio


  • On what it means to be free: Radio as a tool of desistance for formerly incarcerated women in Adelaide, Australia
    Heather Anderson and Charlotte Bedford
  • Community radio stations sustainability model: An open-source solution
    Rute Correia, Jorge Vieira and Manuela Aparicio
  • Disability media aesthetics: Voices of the war-disabled people in post-war German-language radio plays
    Luisa Drews
  • Podium Podcast and the freedom of podcasting: Beyond the limits of radio programming and production constraints
    Toni Sellas and Sergi Solà
  • Market logic versus social gain logic: Polish government policy towards community-oriented radio stations in the early 1990s
    Urszula Doliwa
  • Radio New Zealand and the Internet: Radio and convergence through ten years of transformation
    Matt Mollgaard
  • Atmosphere in radio and architecture: Using The Revenge radio play in interdisciplinary teaching as a means to understand notions of abstraction and the tensions between materiality and immateriality in building physical and imagined spaces
    Evi Karathanasopoulou

Quelle: ECRA-Newsletter