Barker, Martin (Joint Editor):
'Editorial Introduction: A Small Diatribe, and a Serious Challenge to Other Journals'
'Diasporic Audiences and Non-Resident Media: The Cast of Indian Films'
Kääpä, Pietari & Guan Wenbo:
'Santa Claus in China and Wu xia in Finland: Translocal reception of transnational cinema in Finnish and Chinese film cultures'
'Engaging the Moral Imagination by Watching Television: Different Modes of Moral Reflection'
Bohley, Kim Trager:
'“Browsing Madness” and Global Sponsors of Literacy: The Politics and Discourse of Deterritorialized Reading Practices and Space in Singapore'
Smith, Anne Collins & Owen M. Smith:
'Pragmatism and Meaning: Assessing the Message of Star Trek: The Original Series'
Special Section: Comedy Audiences
Friedman, Sam, Brett Mills & Tom Phillips (Guest Editors - Special Section):
'Audienceship and (Non)Laughter in the Stand-up Comedy of Steve Martin'
Bore, Inger-Lise Kalviknes:
'Reviewing Romcom: (100) IMDb Users and (500) Days of Summer'
Lockyer, Sharon & Lynn Myers:
'‘It’s About Expecting the Unexpected’: Live Stand-up Comedy from the Audiences’ Perspective'
'‘Most People Bring Their Own Spoons’: The Room’s participatory audiences as comedy mediators'
'Containing the Audience: The ‘Room’ in Stand-Up Comedy'
'Selling Terry Pratchett's Discworld: Merchandising and the Cultural Economy of Fandom'
'Definitions of the humorous in Chris Rock and Russell Peters fan blogs: A discussion of the problem of incongruity'
Wilson, Nathan A.:
'Divisive Comedy: A Critical Examination of Audience Power'
Special Section: International Film Audiences Conference
Hollinshead, Ailsa (Guest Editor - Special Section):
'The Place of Cinema and Film in Contemporary Rural Australia'
'16 Years of Alcohol: An Allegory of a Nation?'
Evans, Elizabeth Jane:
'Superman vs Shrödinger’s Cat: Taste, Etiquette and Independent Cinema Audiences as Indirect Communities'
'Transnational Reception of City of God and Elite Squad'
'Symbolic Cinema & Audience Engagement'
'“And I felt quite posh!” Art-house cinema and the absent audience – the exclusions of choice'
'‘Movies that make people sick’: Audience Responses to Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange in 1971/72'
'Heritage Film Audiences 2.0: period film audiences and online film cultures'
'When Film Fans Become Fan Family: Kevin Smith Fandom and Communal Experience'
'"It is not enough we have lost the war – now we have to watch it!" Cinemagoers' attitudes in the Soviet occupation zone of Germany (a case study from Leipzig)'
'Cinema-going from Below: The Jewish film audience in interwar Britain'
Treveri-Gennari, Daniela, Catherine O'Rawe & Danielle Hipkins:
'In Search of Italian Cinema Audiences in the 1940s and 1950s: Gender, genre and national identity'
Special Section: Approaching the Online Audience: New Practices, New Thinking
Hight, Craig, Ann Hardy, Carolyn Michelle & Adrian Athique (Guest Editors - Special Section):
Davis, Charles H. & Carolyn Michelle:
'Q methodology in audience research: bridging the qualitative/quantitative ‘divide’?'
Goode, Luke, Alexis McCullough & Gelise O'Hare:
'Unruly publics and the fourth estate on YouTube'
Hardy, Ann, Craig Hight & Carolyn Michelle:
'Reservoir Hill and audiences for online interactive drama'
'Still seeking the audience'
'Child audiences becoming interactive ‘viewsers’: New Zealand children’s responses to websites attached to local children’s television programmes'
Pole Dancing, Empowerment and Embodiment (Elke Weismann)
Tueth, Michael V.:
Laughter in the Living Room: Television Comedy and the American Home Audience (Tom Phillips)
Ordinary People and the Media: The Demotic Turn (Simon Cross)
Young, Richard O.:
How Audiences Decide: a Cognitive Approach to Business Communication (Martin Barker)