British Journalism Review

 

The British Journalism Review is a nonprofit, independently published journal. Founded in 1989, the journal focuses on British media coverage of all types. The editor is Kim Fletcher.

Although a partial archive is available on its website, the British Journalism Review only grants access to its full online archive to institutions. However, individuals may subscribe to the journal. The British Journalism review has a blog. On average, one piece of commentary is published to the blog each month.

The British Journalism Review is published quarterly. Authors they've published include Stephen Kingston, Eamonn McCabe, Jamie Shea and Duncan Campbell.

Visit the journal here: http://www.bjr.org.uk.

 

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