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Current newspaper articles

Newspapers publish information on a wide range of topics and as most are published on a daily basis, they provide very up-to-date information. As well as reporting on current affairs, newspapers can also be a valuable source of opinion and debate. Always evaluate the content carefully though, as newspapers can be biased or subjective.

Journal articles

Journals (also known as periodicals, serials or magazines) are published on a regular basis and cover a particular subject or profession. Because they are published frequently, they are an excellent source of up-to-date information.

Each journal issue contains a number of articles, written by different authors, all of which will relate to the subject covered by the journal. Different types of journals are published, these include:

  • scholarly peer reviewed journals: journals read by, and commented on by other scholars in the same field
  • trade journals relating to specific professions or industries
  • popular and news magazines

Journals often contain more specialised information than books, so you will use them as your academic interests develop, and they are useful for reading about more niche or specific topics.

Databases for finding Music Industries Management articles

Use Discover to search across a large number of different databases at the same time to find articles from a range of sources. Search with keywords that describe your topic to see what articles have been written:

You can also search on these separate, more subject-specific, databases to find articles:

Video: How to read a scholarly article

A Reference Librarian at Kishwaukee College Library has produced this helpful video on how to read a scholarly article:

Online Music Industries Management journals

These are some of your key journals. For a full list of all the Library's online journals go to:

Ejournals A-Z

(Please note that full-text access to the most recent issues of some ejournals may not be available due to publisher embargo. If full-text access to an article you are looking for is unavailable, please contact your academic librarians.) 

Broadcast: The Weekly Newspaper of the Television and Radio Industry

Creative Industries Journal

Cultural Trends

​The Economist

Employee Relations

Event Management

Gender, Work and Organization

International Journal of the Arts in Society: Annual Review

Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society

Journal of British Cinema and Television

The Journal of Creative Behavior

Journal of Management Studies

The Journal of Popular Culture

Journal of Service Management

The Stage

To see of a journal is available in print, you can use the search box below: