The General Assembly meeting in Cairo agreed that the next IAMCR Conference, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of IAMCR will be held 23-25 July 2007, at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The conference theme will be: Media, Communication, Information: 50 Years of Theories and Practices.
IAMCR's Annual Conference took place in Cairo (Egypt) from 23-28 July 2006. This year's Conference was organized by the Journalism and Mass Communication department of the American University in Cairo.
Fatma Alloo, a founder of the Tanzania Media Women's Association (TAMWA) made the inaugural speech at the Opening Plenary Session of IAMCR's 2006 Annual Conference in Cairo on 24 July.
Roger Silverstone who has died at the age of 61 was an outstanding contributor to the field of media and communications studies.  He was deeply committed to understanding the power of the media and its centrality in our lives.
Edited by Katharine Sarikakis and Daya K. Thussu, 2006
This book includes in one volume some of the most significant debates surrounding the development, use and potential of the Internet. Twenty scholars from four continents address some of the more pertinent questions surrounding the presence and future of the Internet. These are...
Edited by Peter M. Lewis and Susan Jones, 2006
“A voice for the voiceless”—that is how community radio has often been described. This book is about the training needed for the effective use of community radio by social groups whose voices and opinions are rarely head in mainstream media. Such training includes Internet and computer skills...
The General Assembly meeting in Cairo agreed that the next IAMCR Conference, celebrating the 50th Anniversary of IAMCR will be held 23-25 July 2007, at UNESCO headquarters in Paris. The conference theme will be: Media, Communication, Information: 50 Years of Theories and Practices.
IAMCR's Annual Conference took place in Cairo (Egypt) from 23-28 July 2006. This year's Conference was organized by the Journalism and Mass Communication department of the American University in Cairo.
Fatma Alloo, a founder of the Tanzania Media Women's Association (TAMWA) made the inaugural speech at the Opening Plenary Session of IAMCR's 2006 Annual Conference in Cairo on 24 July.
Roger Silverstone who has died at the age of 61 was an outstanding contributor to the field of media and communications studies.  He was deeply committed to understanding the power of the media and its centrality in our lives.
Edited by Katharine Sarikakis and Daya K. Thussu, 2006
This book includes in one volume some of the most significant debates surrounding the development, use and potential of the Internet. Twenty scholars from four continents address some of the more pertinent questions surrounding the presence and future of the Internet. These are...
Edited by Peter M. Lewis and Susan Jones, 2006
“A voice for the voiceless”—that is how community radio has often been described. This book is about the training needed for the effective use of community radio by social groups whose voices and opinions are rarely head in mainstream media. Such training includes Internet and computer skills...

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 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.

By Grady Walker, this book explores the relationship between the generation of subjective knowledge through storytelling and analysis, and systemic change.

Edited by Thomas Hanitzsch, Folker Hanusch, Jyotika Ramaprasad, and Arnold S. de Beer, this book offers a groundbreaking analysis of the different ways journalists perceive their duties, their relationship to society and government, and the nature and meaning of their work.

By Emiliano Treré, this book is an extensive investigation of the complexities, ambiguities and shortcomings of contemporary digital activism.