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The Radio Journal: Special Issue…

…zum Thema “Public Service Radio”. Einreichungen hierzu werden bis zum 01. Dezember entgegengenommen.

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“*Call for Papers: Special issue on Public Service Radio **(**15:1 May 2017)*


*Guest editors: Per Jauert, Aarhus University, Denmark and Marko
Ala-Fossi, University of Tampere, Finland*


*Submission deadline 1 Dec 2016***

Since the beginning of this century, public service broadcast media have
faced a number of challenges due to the introduction and growth of
digital platforms, which have combined free-to-air distribution with
on-demand features, return channels, and options for user feedback and
involvement – a move from public service broadcasting to public service
media. This move beyond a transmission model for radio has stimulated
the development of cross-media and cross-genre content and has
challenged traditional concepts of radio structures as well as
production, content, and listening cultures. Nonetheless, universally
available broadcast radio is still arguably a defining criterion of the
entire concept of PSB/PSM.

/The Radio Journal/ invites scholarly work exploring and investigating,
from multiple perspectives, the role and function of radio in the
PSB/PSM turn, for example:

/• How have national PSB/PSM policies and regulation initiatives
influenced radio landscapes?/


/• To what extent have on-demand features changed production procedures,
traditional radio genres, and perceptions of radio audiences?/


/• What are the consequences of the use of social media in radio
production, distribution and audience behavior for traditional PSB radio?/


/• Will PSB radio still be one of the core services of public service
media – or what roles and functions may PSB radio serve in
post-broadcast societies?/



/The Radio Journal/ also invites submission to the general section of
15:1. The journal publishes critical analyses of radio and sound media
across a variety of platforms, from broadcast to podcast and all in
between.  We define ‘radio’ broadly to include not only traditional
broadcasting, but any form of creative or factual expression that takes
place primarily through sound. We place a strong emphasis on publishing
work that reflects radio’s diversity, from a wide range of national and
transnational perspectives.


Articles (6,000 – 8,000 words) should be submitted to
radio.journal@monash.edu <mailto:radio.journal@monash.edu>. Please
include a separate cover page with: article title; author’s name and
affiliation; brief abstract (100–200 words); keywords (6–8); author’s
biography (100–200 words); author’s institutional postal and email
address. No identifying information should appear on any other pages of
the article, to aid in the blind review process.  See the Radio Journal
for more information and to download our Notes to Contributors
for style and formatting instructions.

*For queries, please contact:*

Special Issue – Public Service Radio:

Per Jauert pjauert@cc.au.dk <mailto:pjauert@cc.au.dk> and Marko
Ala-Fossi _marko_.ala-fossi@uta.fi <mailto:ala-fossi@uta.fi>

General section: editors Michele Hilmes and Mia Lindgren
radio.journal@monash.edu <mailto:radio.journal@monash.edu>

Best wishes
Michele and Mia

Emerita Professor Michele Hilmes, University of Wisconsin-Madison, US
Associate Professor Mia Lindgren, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

Editors: /The Radio Journal: International studies in broadcast & audio
media /
radio.journal@monash.edu <mailto:radio.journal@monash.edu>


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