William O. Lesitaokana is a Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Media Studies in the University of Botswana where he also teaches undergraduate courses in Digital Media, Media Production, and Media Technology. His research focus is on media audiences, media technology and society, cultural sociology and the role of the media in Botswana. He has written extensively in the area of digital media and mobile telephony and society, and has published refereed articles in local and international journals. He co-edited 2 books: one entitled “New Media and Mediatisation of Religion: An African Perspective” published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the other “Re-imagining Communication in Africa and the Caribbean: Global South Issues in Media, Culture and Technology” published by Palgrave Macmillan.
He has published in top international journals such as New Media and Society (Sage), International Journal of Cultural Studies (Sage), Journal of Radio and Audio Media (Routledge), Advanced Journal of Journalism and Media Studies (Intellect) and Journal of African Media Studies (Intellect).
Media Studies Courses
Media Production Courses
Mobile Media and Communication