Journal of African Media Studies - Volume 3 Issue 2

The Journal of African Media Studies is now available.
The Journal of African Media Studies (JAMS) is an interdisciplinary journal that provides a forum for debate on the historical and contemporary aspects of media and communication in Africa.

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Authors: Winston Mano 
Contemporary African mediascapes: New actors, genres and communication spaces
Authors: Tilo Grätz  
‘Paroles de vie’: Christian radio producers in the Republic of Benin
Authors: Tilo Grätz 
Business of the Spirit: Ghanaian broadcast media and the commercial exploitation of Pentecostalism
Authors: Marleen de Witte 
Peace-making, power configurations and media practices in northern Uganda:A case study of Mega FM
Authors: Florence Brisset-Foucault 
Ghanaian entertainment brokers: Urban change, and Afro-cosmopolitanism, with neo-liberal reform
Authors: Oliver Thalén 
FESPACO in a time of Nollywood: The politics of the ‘video’ film at Africa’s oldest festival
Authors: Carmen McCain 
Revisiting the ‘Leapfrog’ debate in light of current trends of mobile phone Internet usage in the Greater Johannesburg area, South Africa
Authors: Nathalie Hyde-Clarke And  Tamsin van Tonder 
Young people, computers and the Internet in Niger
Authors: Gado Alzouma 

Book Review

Authors: Bruce Mutsvairo 

Film Review

Authors: Ikechukwu Obiaya

21.09.2011 | por joanapires | journal of african media studies