Dr Brian Pauling ONZM
Position • Associate Researcher, The New Zealand Broadcasting School
Contact Details • Phone: +64 3 940 7546 Mobile: +64 21 246 6732 Fax: +64 3 940 8701 Email: email@example.com Or: Brian.Pauling@ara.ac.nz
Postal Address • 1/38 Ferry Street, Seatoun, Wellington 6022, New Zealand.
Profile • Brian began the broadcasting programme at Ara Institute of Canterbury, formally the Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, in 1983 and was the first Head of New Zealand Broadcasting School. He retired from his permanent position at the School in 2015 but maintains an ’emeritus’ role as Associate Researcher. Brian has a background in broadcasting, publishing and adult education. In education he has a particular interest in the theories and practices of capability learning, cooperative education, immersion learning and independent learning, all of which inform the Bachelor of Broadcasting Communications degree and the teaching practices of the School. He has written extensively in these areas. In broadcasting his interests include broadcasting policy and practise, digital broadcasting, public broadcasting, access and community broadcasting. He is a media consultant for a number of regional and national organisations. His current focus is broadcasting legislation in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
Education • PhD. Deakin University (2008), MA. University of Canterbury (1984), BCom. University of Canterbury (1979), Post Grad Dip in Ed. University of Auckland (1975), BA. University of Auckland (1967), Certified Imago Educator. Imago International (2010)
Recent Presentations • Issues for Broadcast Journalism Education in New Zealand Today: paper presented to the Broadcast Education Association April 2015, Las Vegas USA. Managing Section 36c Content: paper presented to the New Zealand Community Access Radio Conference, November 20, 2015, Masterton NZ. How Many is Too Many? Is New Zealand over-radioed: paper presented at the Radio Conference, a transnational forum, July 2013, Luton UK. The enclosing of public space, paper presented to Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA), September 12, 2007, Rotorua (online at http://www.liac.org.nz/)
Recent Publications • Pauling, B. & B. Beatty, Sharing the mic: Community access radio in Aotearoa New Zealand Free Range Press (2021); Beatty, B. & B. Pauling, “A Unique and Forward Looking Sector”: Reflecting on 30 Years of Community Access Radio in Aotearoa New Zealand, in Journal of Radio and Audio Media, Vol. 28, Issue 1 (2021); Pauling, B. & T. Evans, Repositioning and Re-purposing Distance Education for the Future in Cleveland-Innes M.F. & D Randy Garrison (Eds.) An Introduction to Distance Education, Second Edition, Routledge (2021); Seel, P.B. Digital Television and Video, in J.H. Meadows & A.E.Grant(Eds.), Communications Technology Update and Fundamentals (14th ed.,pp.61-76), Burlington, Ma, Focal (2014); New Zealand, in R.J. Hand & M.Traynor (Eds.), Radio in Small Nations (pp.186-201, Cardiff, University of Wales Press (2012); Communicating your doctoral research through the media, in C. Denholm & T. Evans (Eds.), Key to successful doctoral study in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (2nd.ed.) (pp.204-212), Melbourne, ACET Press (2012); Pauling, B. & Reece, N. Against the Odds: Community Access Radio Broadcasting during the Canterbury Earthquakes: Some reflections on Plains FM 96.9. Media Studies Journal of Aotearoa/New Zealand, 14(1),(pp20-37) (2014); Pauling, B. Radio, In Te Ara – The Encylopedia of New Zealand, Wellington, Department of Internal Affairs(2014), (online at http://”http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/radio”)