JMM - The International Journal on Media Management

The International Journal on Media Management provides a global examination of the fields of media and telecommunications management, with a strong emphasis on management issues. The goal of the journal is to offer a close analysis of new industry structures, organizational forms, and critical competencies in the changing media environment. The journal serves as a forum for discussion, bringing together academics and industry figures to explore the transition from "classic" to "new" media and to identify the factors that will determine organizational and economic success in a fast-changing and converging environment.


Vol 16, No 3-4 (2014)

Table of Contents

Articles

Free Newspapers in the United States: Alive and Kicking
James Ian Tennant 105-121
The Strategic Challenge of Continuous Change in Multi-Platform Media Organizations—A Strategy-as-Practice Perspective
Rita Järventie-Thesleff, Johanna Moisander, Mikko Villi 123-138
Centripetal and Centrifugal Forces of Strategic Renewal: The Case of the Finnish Broadcasting Company
Päivi Maijanen, Ari Jantunen 139-159
How and Why to Measure Personal and Historical Nostalgic Responses Through Entertainment Media
Kathrin Natterer 161-180