The Asian Congress for Media and Communication (ACMC) is an international professional organization in the fields of media, communication, language, and the allied arts education. Membership is spread throughout Asia and the Pacific even as its conferences has attracted participants as far as Europe, Latin America and Africa. Its primary purpose is to provide an avenue for academic discourse among institutions of media and communication. It is a non‐stock, non‐profit organization, registered under the Philippine Securities and Exchange Commission.
Change, Adaptation and Innovation: Media, Communication and Culture
27-29 November 2021
Auckland, New Zealand
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the ACMC Board has opted to move the conference to next year. same venue, same theme.
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Social Media in Asia:
Changing Paradigms of Communication
Azmawati and Khan, eds. (2016). Social Media in Asia: Changing Paradigms in Communication. United Kingdom: Cambridge Scholars, Inc.
As part of the advocacy of the Asian Congress for Media and Communication (ACMC) to promote regional studies in global academic discourse, this book contributes to a better understanding of social media within the context of Southeast Asian countries, with the addition of Sri Lanka.
Asian Congress for Media and Communication Journal (ACMCJ)
This is a bi-annual double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal of the ACMC. It was first launched in 2009.
East Asian Communication Review (EACR)
This is an annual double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal of the ACMC targetting research from the region of East and Southeast Asia. Soon to be launched.