AIM


The journal therefore, aims to provide an opportunity and a forum to communicate relevant and current issues in the area of business management and its allied sciences.

OBJECTIVE


The objective of this journal is to publish prolific novel scientific work while making them freely available for the scholarly world.

SCOPE


Journal of Media Communication (JMC) features original articles from the domain of media science within the larger context of globalization and international business.

Subject areas will include (but are by no means limited to):

Electronic Media:

  • Local & Global media
  • Films (Topics, stories, censorship issues, business, acting, script etc.)
  • Television (Draamas, policies, PEMRA, Talk Shows, Morning Shows, News etc.)
  • Radio ( FM & AM)
  • Print Media:

  • Newspapers (Issues, Coverage of topics, Editorials, Columns, Advertises etc.)
  • Magazines
  • Books
  • Social media:

  • Facebook
  • You Tube
  • WhatsApp
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • History of media
  • Social issues in media
  • Ethical issues of media
  • Media practitioners’ issues