The EJO has updated its English website. After ten years, we wanted a new look. The new website is more flexible and we hope it will enable us to publish an even wider range of news, research and analysis about media in Europe, the United States and beyond.
The new format will ensure the EJO remains comprehensive, informative and up-to-date.
We will continue to cover the latest news on journalism research, to review books and journals about media and media developments, and publish analysis by some of the leading names in academic research, as well as by journalists and commentators. We will bring you relevant news about events, opportunities and developments in the media.
We hope you like the new EJO. We would value your feedback: please leave a comment here, or visit our Facebook page.
And… we welcome contributions, if you have research, ideas, or a story that might be suitable for the EJO, please get in touch via the website.
We are a non-profit making website run out of 11 universities across Europe.