The Center for Global Communications Studies’ blog seeks to publish pieces on topics such as international media law and policy, internet policy, access to information, censorship issues, policies concerning information and communication technology, and media development. Posts have ranged from discussions about specific legislation in a single country to more broad thematic posts about internet policies globally.
We always welcome people interested in blogging about these or related topics to contribute to the blog on a regular or less frequent basis. If you are interested in becoming a contributor, please email us with a writing sample and your general area of interest or blog topic ideas.
General CGCS Blog Post Standards:
- Blog posts generally range from 500-1200 words;
- Pieces need not be in formal academic writing, however we ask that posts are not pure opinion pieces or rants and reflect some analysis;
- Cite any academic references as well as hyperlink in text to any reports, news items, or relevant information referenced in the post;
- Keeping to CGCS standards, please adhere to the following spelling of these frequently used words: internet (non-capitalized); multistakeholderism (no hyphen);
- Please be prompt in responding to any edits, comments, or questions from the CGCS.