The journal welcomes manuscripts from scholars and practitioners around the world, including articles from academic researchers in journalism, communication, commerce and related areas; working journalists; and other professionals connected to the communication industry, policy-makers in innovation, and research students in related areas.
Before publishing, manuscripts go through international double blind peer review. We do not accept manuscripts that are already published elsewhere. If parts of the article is printed in a different context, it should be made ​​clear. We do not accept self-plagiarism.
Please submit your manuscript to the managing editor:

Style and format
Manuscripts should be between 5000 and 8000 words excluding bibliography and appendices.  Format should be Word, Times New Roman, citations in Harvard Style. Please make the submission documents anonymous – author(s) identity must not be displayed.
Please provide a separate page with name(s), affiliation(s) and all contact information of the author(s), plus paper title, an abstract of 75-150 words and a short presentation (approximately 75 words) of each of the authors. Take a look at how other scholars did it in the articles that have already been published in the journal. 
Paper and abstract must be sent as attachments in one e-mail to:

The Review Process
All manuscripts will undergo blind peer review. The review process is humane, including reasonable turnaround time on submissions and with firm but polite critique. Papers are reviewed in the order they are received and authors will receive answers as soon as the manuscript has been evaluated.

Innovation Journalism is a venue for researchers from many disciplines and institutions to publish work relating to the interplay of journalism, communication and innovation ecosystems, including coverage of innovation in the news, or communicating innovation, the business of doing that work, and how innovation journalism and communication interacts with each other and with society.
The journal welcomes strong theoretical and empirical contributions without regard to particular methodological approach, professional context (including journalism, advertising, public relations, strategy and innovation, and the standard social science disciplines) and overall orientation of the research (theoretical, descriptive, philosophical, pedagogical, methodological or practical).