• The Decline and Redefinition of New Zealand Current Affairs Television Programmes

      Baker, S (The International Association of Media Communication Research (IAMCR), 2017)
      This article explores New Zealand current affairs programmes from a critical political economy perspective. Many critics believe the current affairs television genre is in terminal decline in most Western countries. They ...
    • Diversity in Reporting? A Study of the News coverage of the 2016 New Zealand Local Body Elections

      Baker, S; Owen, T; Rupar, V; Myllylahti, M; Devadas, V; Craig, G; Berti, C (MEDIANZ, 2017)
      This study offers an analysis of print news media coverage of the 2016 New Zealand Local Body elections, focusing on reportage around issues of diversity. This study builds upon a prior project by the Media Observatory ...
    • Game of Thrones as a Gothic Horror in Quality Television

      Rutherford, A; Baker, S (Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Scientia Publishing House, 2021)
      Quality television at its heart is designed to reward sustained viewing and involvement on the part of the audience. It has distinctive visual styles, serial characters and storylines and a filmic quality, all of which is ...
    • JMAD Aotearoa New Zealand Media Ownership Report 2021

      Baker, S; Hope, W; Hoar, P; McEwan, R; Middleton, A; Te, S; Treadwell, G (AUT Research Centre for Journalism Media and Democracy, 2021)
    • JMAD New Zealand Media Ownership 2020

      Baker, S; Hoar, P; Hope, W; McEwan, R; Middleton, A; Myllylahti, M; Treadwell, G (AUT Research Centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy (JMAD), 2020)
      No abstract.
    • JMAD New Zealand Media Ownership Report 2019

      Myllylahti, M; Baker, S (School of Communication Studies, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      No abstract.
    • Upgrading The L Word: Generation Q

      Rutherford, A; Baker, S
      The L Word: Generation Q is the reboot of The L Word, a long running series about a group of lesbians and bisexuals in Los Angeles in the early 2000s. Both programmes are unique in their positioning of lesbian characters ...