Africa Journal of Communication (AJC), is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes a range of research findings aimed at reaching our diverse academic and practitioner audiences. It provides a platform for media and communication scholars to publish their work particularly work emerging from the annual conference. Through the AJC, several members, including students, have been published and the publications have been drawn on to improve media and communication sectors in East Africa.

Since its inception, EACA has run the African Journal of Communication (AJC). The goals of the journal are: to create an academic research community where researchers have the opportunity to present their research to the community, carry on theoretical debates and create a body of theory relevant to the region and enable young scholars to publish their research, especially their PhD theses.