The new Danish radio concert hall which opened in 2009 (wikimedia commons)

Collaborators, related networks and projects

Research Networks etc.
Groupe de Recherches et d’Etudes sur la Radio (GRER), independent French organisation
Radio Studies Network
, part of the UK-based Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA)
Radio Research Section
, part of European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA)
Studienkreis Rundfunk und Geschichte
, independent German organisation

Earlier networks
International Radio Research Network
(IREN) was a German initiative (based on the Hans Bredow Institute, Hamburg), and it has been continued in the ECREA radio group
North American Radio Studies Network, has continued activities within PCA/ACA framework

Danish research projects and networks
Research Group for Genre Studies
Radio Drama Network
CoSound (2012-2016)
Larm (2010-2013)
Mediatization of Culture: The Challenge of New Media
, Nordic Research Network on Sound Studies (2012-15)

Non-Danish research projects
Digital Radio Cultures in Europe
(DRACE). North European research project
Migrating Music
, part of Tuning In. British research project on BBC World Service
Music and Media Survey. Empirical Basic Data and Theoretical Modeling of the Mediatization of Everyday Music Reception in Germany
, part of Mediatized Worlds. Germany study on mediatization processes
Radio Aesthetics – Radio Identitites
. German research project
Transnational Radio Encounters. Mediations of Nationality, Identity and Community through Radio (TRE). European research project
Vardagslivets och kulturens medialisering (The Mediatization of Culture and Everyday Life). Swedish Research Project

Vardagslivets och kulturens medialisering
Vardagslivets och kulturens medialisering

Journal of Radio & Audio Media

The Radio Journal: International Studies in Broadcast & Audio Media

Rundfunk und Geschichte
Cahiers d’Histoire de la Radiodiffusion
Radio, Sound & Society Journal

Online Radio course
Online Radio Campus

RadioGraphy, GRER's research blog