The Ghana Institute of Journalism publishes a student newspaper, magazine, and newsletter as well as an academic journal. The purpose of the publications is to enable students and faculty to gain hands-on experience in newspaper, magazine and newsletter production and publication.

The Journal of Communications, Media and Society (JOCMAS) is the Ghana Institute of Journalism’s academic refereed journal, which accepts high quality articles, conference papers and proceedings for publication. The annual journal aims to become one of the primary academic journals on journalism, mass media and society on the continent. Please click here to enter website

The Communicator
The Communicator, formerly GIJ NEWS, is a newspaper published quarterly by GIJ. The newspaper is produced and published by a formidable student editorial team under close supervision of faculty members and the Publications Unit.

PR Today/Corporate X-cite
This newsletter aims at giving Public Relations students the opportunity to practice the production and publication of organisational newsletters. It was formerly titled PR Today, and new editions are expected to appear as Corporate X-cite magazine as students work on a re-launch. The publication affords students opportunities to practicalise theoretical learning and current issues in PR practice. The editorial team comprises students drawn from the various levels of the student population with professional supervision from members of the faculty and the Publications Unit.

Life Style Magazine
This is a bi-annual glossy magazine, which deals with the current issues on lifestyle of students and faculty on campus. Life Style aims to enable students of all levels of studies at the Institute to gain experience and expertise in magazine production and publication. Students learn to use the latest digital equipment for interviews, story production and page design for the magazine.

The Institute sometimes publishes monographs based on lectures delivered at GIJ.

GIJ Annual Reports
This is the official annual report of the Institute presented by the Rector on behalf of the Management of the Institute to the Institute’s congregation. The annual report gives a detailed account of activities of the year and provides a detailed programme for the coming year.