17–18 October, 2019 - IAMCR's Digital Divide WG and Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies WG will co-organise the International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications-2019" with the theme Digitalizing Media: Communication, Audiences, Policies
Following each annual conference, IAMCR conducts an online survey of participants to evaluate how we did and to learn how to make future conferences better. 1,766 participants were invited to complete the survey for the 2019 conference and 53% esponded. Respondents came from 73 of the 83 countries represented at the conference.
Allen Munoriyarwa, a Doctoral Student at the University of Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, received a travel grant to present his paper "Who is the arbiter of truth? Mainstream journalists’ responses to fake news during the military coup in Zimbabwe" at IAMCR 2019 in Madrid.
Dasniel Olivera Pérez, a Doctoral Student at Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico) and Assistant Professor at Universidad de la Habana (Cuba), received a travel grant to present the paper "Inter-Influences in the Cuban journalistic culture in the current context of the political-professional debates on the (des) regulation of the media system" at...
David Katiambo, a Doctoral Student at the University of South Africa and Assistant Lecturer at Technical University of Kenya received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2019 in Madrid. He reflects on the experience and the importance of receiving the travel grant at this point of his career.
The IAMCR Executive Board extend a very warm welcome to our three newly appointed ambassadors: Gemma Lopez, based in Santa Clara California, Leah Komen at Daystar University Kenya, and Rodrigo Cetina Presuel at the Harvard Law School.
17–18 October, 2019 - IAMCR's Digital Divide WG and Communication in Post- and Neo-Authoritarian Societies WG will co-organise the International Media Readings in Moscow "Mass Media and Communications-2019" with the theme Digitalizing Media: Communication, Audiences, Policies
Following each annual conference, IAMCR conducts an online survey of participants to evaluate how we did and to learn how to make future conferences better. 1,766 participants were invited to complete the survey for the 2019 conference and 53% esponded. Respondents came from 73 of the 83 countries represented at the conference.
Allen Munoriyarwa, a Doctoral Student at the University of Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa, received a travel grant to present his paper "Who is the arbiter of truth? Mainstream journalists’ responses to fake news during the military coup in Zimbabwe" at IAMCR 2019 in Madrid.
Dasniel Olivera Pérez, a Doctoral Student at Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico) and Assistant Professor at Universidad de la Habana (Cuba), received a travel grant to present the paper "Inter-Influences in the Cuban journalistic culture in the current context of the political-professional debates on the (des) regulation of the media system" at...
David Katiambo, a Doctoral Student at the University of South Africa and Assistant Lecturer at Technical University of Kenya received a travel grant to attend IAMCR 2019 in Madrid. He reflects on the experience and the importance of receiving the travel grant at this point of his career.
The IAMCR Executive Board extend a very warm welcome to our three newly appointed ambassadors: Gemma Lopez, based in Santa Clara California, Leah Komen at Daystar University Kenya, and Rodrigo Cetina Presuel at the Harvard Law School.

IAMCR books

Edited by Jessica Retis and Roza Tsagarousianou, 2019

This innovative and timely book helps readers to understand diasporic cultures and their impact on the globalized world.

Edited by Sandra Ristovska and Monroe Price, this is the 8th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It includes scholarship on visual media and human rights alongside reflections by human rights practitioners.

Members' books

Edited by Massimo Ragnedda and Giuseppe Destefanis, this publication fills the gap in our understanding of blockchain technologies by hosting a discussion of the new technologies in a variety of disciplinary settings.

Edited by Vincent Mosco, Jacqueline Dourado, Denise Lopes, Juliana Teixeira and Renan Marques, this book aims to provoke an in depth discussion about the work process in journalism, and the ethical and citizen issues which interfere in the journalistic production.

By Divina Frau-Meigs, this book provides the general public with an informed summary of the question: what risks do the fake news really mean to democracy, in France as elsewhere?

Edited by Anastasia Veneti, Daniel Jackson, and Darren G. Lilleker, this book offers a theoretically driven, empirically grounded survey of the role visual communication plays in political culture.