Our academic publishing

Three examples of Nordicoms Academic publications

Nordicom is an independent, non-profit academic publisher in the field of media and communication. Our line of publication includes monographs, edited anthologies, and two peer-reviewed scientific journals, Nordicom Review and Nordic Journal of Media Studies. Our publishing activities are operated by an in-house editorial team.

Nordicom aims to publish new, high-quality media research with relevance for the Nordic region. All our books and journals are published with digital Open Access, without publication fees or article processing charges, and under a Creative Commons (CC) licence. Our academic publishing is funded with support from the Nordic Council of Ministers.

All manuscript submissions to Nordicom are submitted to Similarity Check – a Crossref service utilising iThenticate text comparison software.

 

About our journals

Nordicom publishes two digital-only journals, Nordicom Review (1980–) and Nordic Journal of Media Studies (2019–). Both journals are directed towards the international research community and adhere to a double-blind peer-reviewing policy. Each journal has its own thematic profile, editorial leadership, and editorial board.

Nordicom Review and Nordic Journal of Media Studies are published Open Access with no registration requirement on the Sciendo publishing platform, which is operated by De Gruyter. In addition to PDF, all journal articles are published in XML format to facilitate indexing and abstracting and stored for long-term preservation with Portico.

 

About our books

Nordicom offers several options for media scholars interested in publishing with us, including single- and multi-authored monographs and edited anthologies. 

All our academic books are published both in print and with digital Open Access on the NordPub publishing platform, which is operated by the Nordic Council of Ministers. We publish books in English and Swedish.