Journal of Sports Media
The journal is available online fat the Annenberg Libary webpage.
Now available at the Annenberg Reserve desk: 12 titles from the Sage Qualitative Research Methods Series. They are:
Labels: qualitative research methods
The Journal of E-Media Studies is a new on-line, open access journal that has recently launched their first issue. Focusing on the history and theory of electronic media, especially television and new media, its editorial board includes a rich assortment of scholars--Toby Miller, Lynn Spigel, Robert McChesney, and Anna McCarthy, to name a few. Its inaugural issue features the following essays: Toward A Visceral Scholarship Online: Folkvine.org and Hypermedia Ethnography by Craig Saper; E-poetry: Between Image and Performance -- A Cultural Analysis, by Jan Baetens and Jan Van Looy; Que'est-ce qu'une madeleine interactive? Chris Marker's Immemory and the Possibility of a Digital Archive by Erika Balsom; Horace Newcomb in Conversation with Tara McPherson by Tara McPherson; A (Very) Personal History of the First Sponsored Film Series on National Television by Stanley Rubin, in addition to review pieces.
Earlier this year, Scarborough Research, a leading authority on newspaper audience ratings, issued their annual Scarborough Newspaper Audience Ratings Report for 2008 which highlights newspaper ratings for 161 papers in 81 local markets across the United States. The report provides single-source print, website, and Integrated Newspaper Audience (the combined print and online weekly audiences) ratings for newspapers in local markets (DMAs) measured by Scarborough. It is a useful guide for agencies, advertisers, and others in the media business who plan, buy and sell local advertising.
The recent death of Alexander Solzhenitsyn brings to mind not only his famous novels but also his famous and controversial address to the graduating class at Harvard on June 8, 1978. Titled A WORLD SPLIT APART, it was a surprising, at times bitter indictment of the intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy of the West. Our quote is the section of the Address titled The Direction of the Press and A Fashion in Thinking.