Academic journal article Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

Editor's Note

Academic journal article Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media

Editor's Note

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Originally my term as editor of the Journal was for the 2001 through 2003 issues. Recently, the Broadcast Education Association committee on publications asked me to serve an additional year as editor. Editing the Journal has been a unique and rewarding experience. I look forward to this opportunity to help maintain the Journal's high level of service to the scholarly community and publish the best available research in the field of electronic media. This is also an opportunity to announce changes in editorial policy and the Review and Criticism editorship.

First, I have decided to re-introduce "Research In Brief" articles for the Journal Long-time readers will know that the Journal formerly published short-format articles. "Research In Brief" provides more flexibility in what we publish and could stimulate the submission of interesting manuscripts that we may not otherwise attract. "Brief" in this context means a paper in the range of 8-16 manuscript pages (including references, tables, figures, and end notes). Although "Research In Brief" articles can address any topic under the Journal's purview (see the Manuscript Submission Guidelines), these articles have the added benefit of being suitable for topics that: 1) have a somewhat more limited theoretical contribution; 2) deal with a methodological issue; or 3) update or replicate previous studies. …

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