Publications and Awards
Publishing opportunities and awards
Digital Journalism publishing opportunity

The conference steering committee will identify (based on the reviews) the best conference paper on issues that relate to digital media and online journalism. This paper will be suggested for publication in Digital Journalism (SCOPUS Q1), another distinguished journal in communication studies. Prof. Svetlana Bodrunova, the CMSTW program chair and Digital Journalism board member, will advise on how to make the paper fit the standards of the journal before submitting it to the journal peer review.

Special issue at Future Internet (tbc)

The conference is planning a special issue at Future Internet (published by MDPI; SCOPUS Q2). For the information on the journal, see its page at the MDPI website.

The previous year's special issue is here!

Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Prize for the best paper in the social&political track

Since 2010, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung has been a partner of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St.Petersburg State University. In 2020, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the partnership, the Stiftung has established a symbolic prize for the best paper in the social&political track.

Katrin Voltmer's Prize for the best PhD student paper turned into a crowdsourcing initiative!

In 2018, Katrin Voltmer established a prize for the best PhD student's paper of the conference; in 2022, this prize is equal to 5,000 RUR. CMSTW and Katrin Voltmer have plans to establish a foundation to make this prize more substantial and to allocate money for future travel awards for PhD students.

Small donations (up to 10 euro) will be included in the conference pricing (optional); bigger donations that may be discussed by writing to
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