Faculty, students, media practitioners and researchers are invited to send their articles to Media Asia. It is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal published by the Asian Media and Information Communication Centre (AMIC) and Routledge Taylor & Francis Group. Published since 1974, Media Asia is in its 46th year. (READ MORE)
Call for Papers
Articles published in Volume 48, Number 2 (June 2021) of Media AsiaEditor’s Note: These are the articles included in Volume 48, Number 2 (June 2021) of our peer reviewed journal Media Asia. The information is provided to guide researchers in properly citing these...
Articles published in Volume 48, Number 1 (March 2021) of Media AsiaEditor’s Note: These are the articles included in Volume 48, Number 1 (March 2021) of our peer reviewed journal Media Asia. The information is provided to guide researchers in properly citing these...
Media Asia published by AMIC and Routledge Taylor & Francis Group Media and the "New Normal" SPECIAL CALL FOR PAPERSIf you’re researching the "new normal," perhaps the normal thing to do is to consider Media Asia. The peer reviewed journal is published by the...
Dear AMIC Members: We--Ramon Tuazon, Sadia Jamil and Therese San Diego Torres--are pleased to open the call for book chapter abstracts for our forthcoming publication, “Environmental Journalism in the Global South.” We invite you to submit your abstracts. Below are...
Media Asia published by AMIC and Routledge Taylor & Francis Group Media and the Pandemic SPECIAL CALL FOR PAPERSHave you recently conducted research on media and the COVID-19 pandemic in Asia? If your findings are interesting, we’re interested! Media Asia is a...
What is AMIC?
The Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) is an international, non-profit, non-government organization that serves as a regional research hub for media and communication issues. Based in Manila, Philippines, it was established in 1971 to encourage ethical and social responsibility of the media to support democratic access and participation in media development and production. AMIC also works to provide opportunities for empowerment of disadvantaged sectors in the communication/media environments in developing countries in Asia.
List of Institutional Members
University of Pennsylvania
De la Salle University Dasmarinas (DLSD) - Communication and Journalism Department
University of Santo Tomas (UST) - Department of Communication
University of the Philippines @ LOS BANOS - College of Development Communication (UPLB-CDC)
Holy Angel University (HAU) - Department of Communication
Gruppo Agatep, Inc.
University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)
Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU)
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) - College of Communication
Far Eastern University (FEU) - Department of Communication
Manipal Academy of Higher Education
Manipal University, Dubai
Philippine Women’s University (PWU) - College of Arts and Sciences
Centro Escolar University (CEU)
Bicol State University - College of Arts and Letters
Mudhra Institute of Communication Ahmedabad (MICA)
University of Macau
Asian Journal of Communication
Print ISSN: 0129-2986 Online ISSN: 1742-0911
Launched in 1990, Asian Journal of Communication (AJC) is a refereed international publication that provides a venue for high-quality communication scholarship with an Asian focus and perspectives from the region. We aim to highlight research on the systems and processes of communication in the Asia-Pacific region and among Asian communities around the world to a wide international audience. It publishes articles that report empirical studies, develop communication theory, and enhance research methodology.
AJC is accepted by and listed in the Social Science Citation Index (SSCI) published by Clarivate Analytics. The journal is housed editorially at the Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, jointly with the AMIC
Print ISSN: 0129-6612 Online ISSN: 2377-6277
Published since 1974, Media Asia is a scholarly journal that shares research-based findings and critical insights addressing contemporary media issues and communication challenges in Asia. The journal welcomes articles in either the social scientific or humanistic tradition and in any disciplinary orientation. Research articles are double-blind reviewed. In addition to publishing completed research, Media Asia also includes essays and opinion pieces for academics and practitioners to share ideas and help shape the agenda for communication scholarship, practice and policy.
Media Asia is a journal of the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC). It is housed editorially at Hong Kong Baptist University’s Centre for Media and Communication Research.