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Drawing on Buckingham's observation that academic research either has to become public knowledge or its originators must have a high visibility in the public realm before their research can find inclusion into policymaking processes, this article offers a variety of examples of how academics have managed to bridge the gap between media and communication policy scholarship and policymaking. Contrary to the long-standing belief that policy impact is extremely difficult and rare to achieve, wedoi:10.1080/10714421.2018.1492284 fatcat:4see77cfc5csjmmiip3co2ua3u