IAMCR offers its support to faculty members of the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Media, Communication and Information protesting against the staff cut strategy of the hedge-fund investment company that owns the one remaining daily newspaper in Denver, Colorado, The Denver Post.
The Communication Policy & Technology Section is happy to announce a new partnership to award an additional Best Paper Award.
We will be sending a series of "Oregon Updates" to IAMCR members and IAMCR 2018 participants. This third update was sent on 11 April, 2018.
This combined “Oregon Update” and IAMCR newsletter was sent on 26 March to IAMCR members and people with papers accepted for presentation at the 2018 conference. It includes news about the programme, registration, and where to stay as well as news from IAMCR.
Update: Eighteen travel grants have been offered to IAMCR members from 13 lower income countries. Sixteen of the grants were funded with a portion of IAMCR membership fees. Two additional grants were provided by generous donations of generous donations by IAMCR members who asked that their names not be announced.
The Global Alliance for Media and Gender (GAMAG) has announced that proposals related to media and ICT have been included in the "Agreed Conclusions" of the 62nd United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), held at the UN Headquarters in New York, March 12-23. 
IAMCR offers its support to faculty members of the University of Colorado Boulder’s College of Media, Communication and Information protesting against the staff cut strategy of the hedge-fund investment company that owns the one remaining daily newspaper in Denver, Colorado, The Denver Post.
The Communication Policy & Technology Section is happy to announce a new partnership to award an additional Best Paper Award.
We will be sending a series of "Oregon Updates" to IAMCR members and IAMCR 2018 participants. This third update was sent on 11 April, 2018.
This combined “Oregon Update” and IAMCR newsletter was sent on 26 March to IAMCR members and people with papers accepted for presentation at the 2018 conference. It includes news about the programme, registration, and where to stay as well as news from IAMCR.
Update: Eighteen travel grants have been offered to IAMCR members from 13 lower income countries. Sixteen of the grants were funded with a portion of IAMCR membership fees. Two additional grants were provided by generous donations of generous donations by IAMCR members who asked that their names not be announced.
The Global Alliance for Media and Gender (GAMAG) has announced that proposals related to media and ICT have been included in the "Agreed Conclusions" of the 62nd United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW), held at the UN Headquarters in New York, March 12-23. 

IAMCR books

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.

Edited by Francisco Sierra and Tommaso Gravante, this is the 7th book in the Palgrave/ IAMCR Series Global Transformations in Media and Communication Research. It explores the impact of digital culture on politics, participation and social movements with original research about contemporary experiences in Latin America.

Members' books

Edited by Kirsten Drotner, Vince Dziekan, Ross Parry, Kim Christian Schrøder this book explores what it means to take mediated communication as a key concept for museum studies and as a sensitising lens for media-related museum practice on the ground.

Edited by Joan Pedro-Carañana, Daniel Broudy, and Jeffery Klaehn, this volume locates recent studies on media systems within the wider body of work already built on the propaganda model so as to contextualise, refine, clarify and improve the model’s utility and validity.

An examination of deformative transparency and its different manifestations in political communication, propaganda and public health. "This book illustrates commonly used discourses of extremists, radicals, and organizations advocating for difficult causes."

In this book, Jane Duncan assesses the relevance of Snowden’s revelations for South Africa. In doing so she questions the extent to which South Africa is becoming a surveillance society governed by a surveillance state.