Published quarterly by the University of Texas press, the Cinema journal is a prestigious publication that hosts a broad range of humanities related pieces in media studies.
Featuring articles on critical thought in media studies as well as reviews of the latest materials, Cinema journal is structured around its article’s themes. In a state of constant partnership with the wider academic community, Cinema journal publishes relevant and highly informative pieces on the state of film, television, radio, sound and digital media.
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Starting each issue with a special thematic section of short essays, Cinema Journal also features archival news relating to the media archive community (acquisitions, preservation, exhibitions, awards etc), professional notes listing recent books published in media studies and general book reviews which are topically linked to the initial thematic section. Inquisitorial, this journal searches for the soul of the current media industry and exposes it to a harsh light that enable readers to identify media business trends and practices.