AUT - Matt Mollgaard

AUT

Matt Mollgaard

Matt Mollgaard

Curriculum Leader, Radio

Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 7876

Email: matt.mollgaard@aut.ac.nz

Links to relevant web pages:
http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/study-areas/communications/news-and-events/radio-conference-2011

Qualifications:

BA
BA (Hons.) (First Class)

Biography:

I have worked in New Zealand radio for over 20 years. I lead the Radio Major and teach radio research skills, radio performance, radio production and critical analysis of the music industry. I also supervise post graduate students interested in radio and associated topics.

Teaching Areas:

Radio broadcasting, radio research techniques, the music industry, emerging media technologies, postgraduate research.

Supervisions

  • Mearns, S. (2012). 'From ad breaks to breaking news: A critical discourse analysis of commercial radio news coverage in New Zealand', 60 point dissertation for the Bachelor of Communication Studies (Honours), Auckland University of Technology.
  • Watts, T. (2010). 'Comprehending Commercial Speech: How 13-15 year olds understand non-traditional advertising on New Zealand radio', 120 point thesis for the Masters in Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology.
  • McEwan, R. (2008). 'Radio on the internet: Opportunities for new public spheres?', 120 point thesis for the Masters in Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology.
  • Watts, T. (2008). 'How commercial is commercial radio? A qualitative content analysis of commercial speech on New Zealand youth radio', 60 point dissertation for the Bachelor of Communication Studies (Honours), Auckland University of Technology.
  • McEwan, R. (2006). 'Digital diversity? Challenges and opportunities for radio in New Zealand in the digital age', 60 point dissertation for the Bachelor of Communication Studies (Honours), Auckland University of Technology.
  • Jeffs, N. (2005). 'Counting the beatz: Hip hop culture, commercialisation and the state in Aotearoa New Zealand', 120 point thesis for the Masters in Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology.

Research areas:

  • Deregulation of the media
  • Deregulation and content
  • Deregulation and audiences
  • Deregulation and national identity
  • Corporate media ownership and consolidation
  • Foreign ownership of national media
  • Radio histories
  • Radio and the Internet
  • Media convergence
  • Radio and music
  • Emerging media technologies

Publications:

Books
  • Mollgaard, M. (2012). Radio and Society: New Thinking for an Old Medium, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle on Tyne, United Kingdom.

Selected Publications

  • Mollgaard, M. (2006). ‘Can a multi-national care about the Kiwis? CanWest and Kiwi FM’, in Berryman, B., Healy, S. (eds.), Radio in the World: Radio Conference 2005, Goodman, 1, 225-235.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2007). ‘Radio New Zealand and the internet’. Communication Journal of New Zealand. 8 (1); pp. 63-75.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2007). ‘Reflecting the new realities of the digital age’. Pacific Journalism Review. 13 (1): pp. 8-18.
  • Hope, W., McCullagh, C., Mollgaard, M., & Thompson, P. (2009). Medien in Neuseeland, in Matzen, C. and Herzog, A. Internationales Handbuch Medien, (28th ed.), Nomos, Baden-Baden, Germany, pp. 1090-1104.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2010). 'Student media' in Miller, R., New Zealand Government and Politics, (5th ed.), Oxford, Melbourne, pp. 444-55.
  • Cocker, A., Hope, W., Mollgaard, M., (eds.) (2010). Communication Journal of New Zealand ⁄ He Kohinga Korero, Special Edition: Radio: Challenges and new directions, 11 (1).
  • Rosenberg, B., Mollgaard, M. (2010), ‘Who owns radio in New Zealand?’, Communication Journal of New Zealand ⁄ He Kohinga Korero, Special Edition: Radio: Challenges and new directions, Cocker, A., Hope, W., Mollgaard, M. (eds.), 11 (1), pp. 85-107.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2012). ‘Pirate Stories’ in Mollgaard, M. Radio and Society: New Thinking for an Old Medium, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle on Tyne, United Kingdom.
Selected Conferences
  • Mollgaard, M. (2006). 'Radio journalism in the podcasting age', Journalism Downunder: The future of the media in the digital age, 2nd joint Journalism Education Association (Australia)/Journalism Education Association (New Zealand) conference, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, 4-7 December 2006.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2006). 'The future of radio journalism' invited panellist, ‘The future of the media’, Journalism Downunder: The future of the media in the digital age: 2nd Joint Journalism Education Association (Australia)/Journalism Education Association (New Zealand) conference, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, 6 December 2006.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2007). 'Contemporary commercial radio: Technology, temporality and geography', paper presented at The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum, Lincoln University, United Kingdom, 16-19 July 2007.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2009). 'Will downloading destroy radio?', invited panellist at the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology New Zealand Broadcasting School 25th Anniversary Conference, 25 July 2009.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2009). 'Pirate stories: Rethinking radio rebels', paper presented at The Radio Conference: A Transnational Forum, York University, Toronto, 27-30 July 2009.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2010) 'The Singapore government owns Kiwi FM. International capital and New Zealand radio', Journalism, Media & Democracy Conference 2010: Media, democracy & the public sphere, 17 September 2010.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2011). ‘International nationalism: Foreign capital and New Zealand radio’, The radio conference 2011: A transnational forum, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand, 11-14 January 2011.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2011). ‘Patterns and effects of radio ownership in New Zealand’,
  • Cyfrwng 2011: International conference on media and culture in small nations, Cardiff, Wales, 16-17 June 2011.
  • Mollgaard, M. (2011). ‘Outcomes of media deregulation: The New Zealand radio experience’, visiting researcher presentation at Birmingham City University School of Media, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 22 June 2011.


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