La revue scientifique Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture a publié au printemps 2015, un numéro dont le dossier central intitulé « College, Student and University Radio » est consacré aux radios scolaires et universitaires. L’ensemble des articles (en anglais) peut être téléchargé gratuitement.
It is with very great pleasure that I am inform you about the open access online publication of a new issue of ‘Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture’ (Volume 6, Issue 1, cover date March 2015) by Intellect which is now available at :
The thematic issue on ‘College, Student and University Radio’ includes articles by Brendan Reilly and John Farnsworth, Brian Fauteux, Nick Rubin, Jennifer C. Waits, Deborah Wilson David and Urszula Doliwa and can be downloaded, free of charge, by clicking on the ‘purchase PDF’ link of each article.
Table of Contents
Editorial – Salvatore Scifo (Maltepe University, Istanbul)
Going commercial: Navigating student radio in a deregulated media marketplace – Brendan Reilly (Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology) and John Farnsworth (Otago University)
Campus frequencies: ‘Alternativeness’ and Canadian campus radio – Brian Fauteux (Concordia University)
‘College radio’: The development of a trope in US student broadcasting – Nick Rubin (University of Virginia)
From wireless experiments to streaming: The secret history and changing role of college radio at Haverford College 1923–2014 – Jennifer C. Waits (Independent Researcher)
The learning curve: Distinctive opportunities and challenges posed by university-based community radio stations – Deborah Wilson David (University of Lincoln)
The history of student radio in Poland – Urszula Doliwa (University of Warmia and Mazury)
Editor: Salvatore Scifo (Maltepe University, Istanbul)
Associate Editor: Alessandro D’Arma (University of Westminster)
About the journal:‘Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture’ recognises the interdisciplinary nature of the fields of media, communication and cultural studies and we therefore encourage diverse themes, subjects, contexts and approaches; empirical, theoretical and historical. Our objective is to engage readers and contributors from different parts of the world in a critical debate on the myriad interconnections and interactions between communication, culture and society at the outset of the twenty first century. It is our intention to encourage the development of the widest possible scholarly community, both in terms of geographical location and intellectual scope and we will publish leading articles from both established scholars and those at the beginning of their careers.
‘Interactions: Studies in Communication and Culture’ is a journal published by Intellect. For further information, please visit the journal’s webpage at