CFP: The future of Canada’s native people’s broadcasting

A series of symposia on the topic of broadcasting and Canada’s native peoples is looking for contributions. Six regional gatherings and a three-day conference will be organised under the title “The future of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis broadcasting: Conversation & convergence”. The series of events is intended to vitalize discussion in advance of an … Continued

ARTICLE: How minority journalists see their identity?

Most journalists working for the Korean minority media in North America consider themselves as “authentic Koreans”, writes Sherry S Yu from Temple University. The author interviewed 35 first or second generation Korean immigrant journalists in Vancouver, Canada and Los Angeles, USA. Most interviewees identified themselves as Koreans, which is in part due to the relatively … Continued

CFP: Afro-European mediascapes

The sixth biennial Afroeuropean Studies network conference is looking for session and panel suggestions. The event will be held at the University of Tampere, Finland, between the 6th and 8th of July 2017. The conference is interested in a wide variety of topics pertaining to African-European, or black European, cultures and identities. Among the proposed … Continued

ARTICLE: Local owners, influence networks, and more

A special issue of the journal Medijske studije has been published. It focuses on the media development in the post-communist Central and Eastern European countries over the past 25 years. Lenka Waschková Císařová, of Masaryk University, and Monika Metyková, of University of Sussex, have studied media ownership in Czech Republic since 1989. They interviewed journalists … Continued