World Conference on Media and Communication

The 3rd edition of the World Conference on Media and Communication will be bringing together members of academia from around the world for three days of intense learning, discussions, and networking.

The success of the first edition has shown the importance of hosting this conference on an annual basis. The turbulent times, be it social, political, or public health conversations, have put a spotlight on the role of media in the public discourse. The 2023 edition of the media conference is an opportunity for scientists, researchers, educators, PhD candidates and graduate students, and members of research and non-profit organizations to help shape the future of media.

The most important dates to remember are as follows

Description Date
Paper Submission Deadline 12 May 2023
Early Registration Deadline 20 March 2023
Late Registration Deadline 23 May 2023
Conference Dates June 02-04, 2023

Why attend the World Conference on Media and Communication?

Invest in yourself and boost your academic experience by joining the World Conference on Media and Communication in Cambridge this June! The World Conference on Media and Communication serves as a forum for key discussions in the Specific Conferences within an incredible academic community of scholars, researchers, Ph.D. candidates, recent graduates, and students. It’s a chance to actively influence how the field develops and evolves into the future.

Discover the diverse benefits of joining World Conference on Media and Communication:

  • Learn about new global research projects and establish international collaborations
  • Understand best practices, most recent innovations, and hands-on experiences around the world
  • Showcase your research and share your scholarly endeavors with an academic community
  • Take advantage of diverse and fast-track publication opportunities with Conference Proceedings, Scopus-indexed Journals, and Open Access Books
  • Join a free guided City Tour and enjoy conversations with fellow researchers and peers
  • Select among various options for Presentation: Oral, Poster, or Virtual
  • Attend the Conference as an In-Person or Online delegate
  • Advance your knowledge from experts in the field
  • Get the conference official Invitation and Visa Support Letter

Abstract Format Information

You are invited to submit your abstract to the 3rd World Conference on Media and Communication, 02 –04 June 2023 in Oxford, UK. Please send your abstract for evaluation by the Scientific Committee and if the abstract is accepted, the submitter must provide a full-text paper. The full paper will be requested for subsequent publication opportunities. Otherwise, your abstract only will be published in the Proceeding. Upon payment of the registration fee, your presentation will be confirmed.

Poster Format Information

Design your poster so that it is easy to read and include some visuals or charts. Allocate the top of the poster for the title and authors’ names and affiliations. Remember the audience may have a short time frame to read your poster. Poster size should be A1 international paper size. Materials, including the title, should not extend beyond the poster size. Do not use foam core or any thick or multi-layered materials or pushpins directly on the poster boards. Please make sure that the material used for the poster allows it to be posted on the boards. All posters should be based on the submitted abstract as accepted by the Scientific Committee. Please bring your poster with you.

Full Paper Format Information

Paper length Full paper: within 12 pages, including references, tables/ charts and keywords
Abstract length 200-250 words
Key words 3-5 words
Font 12-point Times New Roman
Paragraph Single-spaced
Margin Normal (Top :2.54 cm , Bottom: 2.54 cm; Left : 3.18cm , Right: 3.18cm)
Page numbers Bottom-centered
Layout One-column Portrait
Format MS Word-compatible file

Communication in Digital Age

  • Virtual Communication
  • Communication and Emerging Technologies
  • Communication in virtual teams
  • Virtual dialogue
  • Computer-mediated communication
  • Virtual culture
  • Virtual reality age and Communication
  • Nonverbal dialogue in virtual space
  • Trust and virtual communication
  • Virtual team leadership
  • Interactive online communication

Social Media Design & Media Management

  • Social media and emergency management
  • Social media and participation
  • Censorship and Media
  • Digital activism
  • Rebellious communication and social movements
  • Information exchange patterns
  • Mass media and social action
  • Social networks and political campaigns
  • Democracy, expression, and social media
  • Software and New Media
  • Game and Simulation Design


  • Journalism and Privacy
  • Participatory journalism
  • Journalism and Freedom of Expression
  • Journalism and citizenship
  • Journalism and peace
  • Journalism and science
  • Networked journalism
  • Journalism and communication
  • Journalism ethics
  • Technology and journalism
  • Yellow journalism
  • Web-based Journalism
  • Newspaper
  • Radio-Television Journalism

Marketing & Social Media

  • Advertising as communication
  • Cross-cultural advertising
  • Technology and advertising
  • Mobile devices and advertising campaigns
  • Audience and advertising
  • Gender role in advertising
  • Advertising and traditional media
  • Social media and consumers

Organizational Communication

  • Communication and Government Monitoring
  • Communication and social networks
  • Organizations and social media
  • Organizational Communications and Public Relations
  • Communication Policy and Regulation
  • Strategic communication
  • Leadership and communication process
  • Mediated negotiation
  • Political negotiation
  • Business negotiation
  • Negotiation process

Interpersonal & Intercultural Communication

  • New Media Culture
  • Communication and Culture
  • Culture influence
  • Interpersonal dialogue
  • Computer-mediated interaction
  • Medium role in interpersonal communication
  • Interpersonal information exchange
  • Teaching culture and intercultural communication
  • Intercultural information exchange
  • Intercultural assessment
  • Translation as intercultural dialogue
  • Cultures and Media
  • Music, artist and intellectual property
  • Emotions and communication media

Public Relations

  • Management and public relations
  • Models of public relations
  • Public relations and global communities
  • Symmetrical dialogue
  • Sex roles in public relations
  • Effective campaigns
  • Science communication and public relations
  • Public relations and social media tools

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