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SAGE Video Media, Communication & Cultural Studies Collection

This internationally diverse collection, featuring more than 135 hours of video, offers academic viewpoints and real-life insights into how our media communicates with us and how we communicate with each other. Topics range from communication studies, film and television studies, popular culture and cultural studies, media studies, and advertising.

Recently added content highlights the diverse nature of the field with a focus on in-practice videos and an emphasis on a “real-time” critical study of media practices and representation with further coverage in public speaking, interpersonal communication, media and gender, media and race, media law and ethics, and film studies. View the complete title list.

Hollywood producer, Martin Cohen, discusses film production; contributors also include Sonia Livingstone on New Media, Joe Turow on Advertising, Barbara Zelizer on Journalism, and Stuart Hall on Representation.


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Editorial Board:

  • Ed Donnerstein, University of Arizona
  • Chad Edwards, Western Michigan Uni
  • Tina Harris, University of Georgia
  • Simon Lindgren, Umea University
  • Paul Long, Birmingham School of Media
  • Steve May, University of North Carolina
  • Andy Ruddock, Monash University
  • Deanna Sellnow, University of Kentucky
  • Gauti Sigthorsson, University of Greenwich
  • Lynn Turner, Marquette University
  • Joseph Turow, University of Pennsylvania

Video will cover topics across the following core areas:

  • Communication Studies & Speech Communication
  • Mass Communication and Media Studies 
  • Communication Research Methods
  • Popular Culture and Cultural Studies