Associate Professor Timothy Dwyer

PhD Macq, MLegStud (Hons) UTS, MGenStud (Media Studies) UNSW, BA Macq.
Senior Lecturer

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 5058

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Biographical details

Dr Dwyer has previously taught at Macquarie University and at the University of Western Sydney as a lecturer in Media Policy and Research in the School of Communication Arts. He is currently a member of the Independent Grants Panel for the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), Australia's peak body that represents consumers on communications issues including telecommunications, broadband and emerging new services.

Research interests

Dr Dwyer's research focuses on the critical evaluation of media and communications industries, regulation, media ethics, law and policy in an era of convergent media. His research also explores how news practices are evolving in multi-platform media organisations, and analyses the implications of these transformations for media diversity and pluralism.


He is the lead chief Investigator with colleagues Associate Professor James Curran, Dr Fiona Martin and Dr Monika Bednarek on an Australian Research Council Linkage Project ‘Sharing News Online: Analysing the Significance of a Social Media Phenomenon (2014-2016)’. The industry partners on the project are Mi9 (ninemsn) and Share Wars Pty Ltd.

This multidisciplinary project uses methods from computing science, linguistics and audience research to analyse the scale, scope, forms and implications of online news-sharing on Facebook and Twitter. The research is designed to contribute to industry, journalism education, public and government understanding of news-sharing forms and dynamics, and particularly to legacy news organisations' capacity to develop practice, products and services to respond to audience sharing of news, and thus adapt to the rapidly changing news media sector as online markets expand. The project is aiming to extend existing news value theory, providing essential knowledge of news-sharing patterns that will inform journalism and media policy development.

Dr Dwyer is joint chief investigator with colleagues Professor Gerard Goggin and Dr Fiona Martin, and researcher Dr Jonathon Hutchinson, on an Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant entitled: ‘Moving Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes (2012-2015)’. The project concerns the mobile internet, how the infrastructures are evolving, how people are using these convergent media technologies, and how traditional and new modes of policy are responding. The broader purpose of the project is to improve our understanding of these media, and to provide evidence to inform policy and regulation.


Dr Dwyer is chief Investigator with University of Hanyang’s College of Communication and Social Sciences (Seoul, South Korea) colleagues Dr Damien Spry and Dr Hyung-Seok Lee on an Australia-Korea Foundation funded project: ‘Representing Australia in South Korea’s Networked Digital News Mediascape’ (2014-2015). The project concerns the representation of Australia in popular South Korean online news media outlets in the context of Korea’s advanced digital news media landscape.


In 2010-2011 Dr Dwyer and Dr Martin conducted research into convergent and online news production and consumption for the Australian Press Council (APC). This APC funded project involved interviews with staff at News Limited, Fairfax Media, Australian Provincial News and Australian Associated Press publications in Brisbane, Melbourne, Lismore and Sydney, and Perth. The research investigated operational, legal and ethical trends in convergent and online news, and the implications of these for the regulation of print industry transformations.


In 2009-2011 their online news diversity research project (funded by FASS) set out to track online news sharing trends in Australia¹s two largest print media groups, News Limited and Fairfax Media. It included a computer analytics model of content analysis that parsed top news and national news feeds from four metropolitan websites in each company, performed over three months in 2010-11. The analysis then surveyed the level of duplication and reversioning of stories across the online websites in these organisations. The broader aim of the study was to further our understanding of the implications of news content sharing for the provision of information diversity, and the construction of media diversity regulation policies.

Teaching and supervision

Teaching:

  • MECO6902 Legal and Ethical Issues in Media Practice (Semester 2, 2014)

Consultation Times:

By Appointment

Current Postgraduate Research Supervision:

Current projects

  • Dwyer, T. (forthcoming) Convergent Media and Privacy. Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. 2015.
  • Dwyer, T. (2014, forthcoming) ‘Surviving the Transition to ‘Digital First’: News Apps in Asian Mobile Internets’, Journal of Media Business Studies, Special issue on Multi-platform Strategies Vol.11, No. 3 (Winter).

Associations

  • International Association of Media and Communications Researchers
  • International Communications Association

Recent Conference Papers

  • Dwyer, T. (2014) Surviving the Transition to ‘Digital First’: News Apps in Asian Mobile Internets, paper presented at Media convergence and multi-platform strategies, European Media Management Education Association (EMMA) Conference, Tallinn, Estonia: University of Tartu/University of Tallinn.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Hutchinson, J. (2013). Mobile Internet's 'Creative Destruction': Implications for Global Mobile Policy, International Association for Communication Researchers. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Transforming Digital Media Industry Cultures: Accessing News in Asian Mobile Internet. ICA Regional Shanghai Conference, Communication and Social Transformation, Shanghai: Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Public Figures, Privacy, and Co-regulation: The David Campbell Affair. Media and the Boundaries of Disclosure: Media, Morals, Public Shaming and Privacy, Oxford, UK: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). The Mobile Internet and News Diversity: Evolving Policy Modes. Matters of Journalism: Understanding Professional Challenges and Dilemmas, Gdansk, Poland: Polish Communications Association.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). News content sharing in convergent Australian newsrooms: the ethics of online reuse culture. The 3rd Moscow International Media Readings Conference, Journalistic Cultures: Facing Social and Technological Changes, Moscow, Russian Federation: Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Journalism.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Voice Diversity and News Content Sharing in Convergent Australian Newsrooms: Tracking the Impact of Online Reuse. The New Landscape of Global Communication Conference, Beijing, China: Renmin University of China.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010). National Broadband Planning and Market Liberalism: Regulatory Reforms for Citizenship? 2010 International Association of Media and Communications Researchers Conference (IAMCR), Communications and Citizenship, Braga, Portugal: University of Minho.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2010). News Diversity in Online Media Systems: A Preliminary Report on the Concept of Voice. International Readings in Mass Media and Communications, Moscow, Russia: Lomonosov Moscow State University.

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2014

  • Sharing News Online; Dwyer T, Curran J, Martin F, Bednarek M, Hunter A, Crawford H; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2012

  • Moving Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes; Goggin G, Dwyer T, Martin F, Feijoo C; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2010

  • Reuse and Repurposing in Australian Online News: trends, convergent journalism workflow and ethical guidelines; Dwyer T, Martin F; Australian Press Council/Research Support.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media. Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010). Media Convergence. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Edited Books

  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2007). New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence. Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.

Book Chapters

  • Dwyer, T. (2015). Evolving Concepts of Personal Privacy: Locative Media in Online Mobile Spaces. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 121-134). New York: Routledge.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2014). Moveable Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes. In Michal Glowacki, Lizzie Jackson (Eds.), Public Media Management for the Twenty-First Century: Creativity, Innovation, and Interaction, (pp. 40-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Visible 'Evidence' in TV News: Regulating Privacy in the Public Interest? In Julian Petley (Eds.), Media and Public Shaming: Drawing the Boundaries of Disclosure, (pp. 179-200). London, United Kingdom: I.B. Tauris.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Media Practice, Industry Change and the Law. In J Bainbridge, L Tynan, N Goc (Eds.), Media and Journalism: New Approaches to Theory and Practice, (pp. 325-352). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Net Worth: Popular Social Networks as Colossal Marketing Machines. In Sussman, Gerald; General Editors: Bruce Gronbeck and Mitchell S. McKinney (Eds.), The Propaganda Society: Promotional Culture and Politics in Global Context, (pp. 77-92). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T. (2009). Media Practice, Industry Change and the Law. In J Bainbridge, L Tynan, N Goc (Eds.), Media and Journalism: New Approaches to Theory and Practice, (pp. 1-31). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Dimensions in Media Diversity. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 246-264). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). New Media: The Policy Agenda. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 37-59). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Traditional Media Buys Online: Not All Good News for Audiences. In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 82-107). Australia: Melbourne University Press.
  • Dwyer, T. (2006). Dismantling Cross-Media Ownership Policies: Media Consolidation and Internet News and Opinion Diversity in the Blogosphere. In Nikos Leandros (Eds.), Impact of Internet on the Mass Media in Europe, (pp. 119-131). UK: Abramis (imprint arima publishing).
  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Pay TV Policies in Australia: Are Audiences the Users who Pay? In Jennifer Craik, Julie James Bailey, Albert Moran (Eds.), Public Voices, Private Interests: Australia's Media Policy. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Journals

  • Dwyer, T. (2015). [In Press]. Review of James Stanyer's 'Intimate Politics: Publicity, Privacy and the Personal Lives of Politicians in Media-Saturated Democracies'. Discourse and Communication, 9(3).
  • Goggin, G., Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2014). Locative News: Mobile Media, Place Informatics, and Digital News. Journalism Studies, 15.
  • Dwyer, T. (2014). Press Freedom Discourse after Leveson: Ethics, Elections and Media Concentration in Australia. The Political Economy of Communication, 2(1), 49-59. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Review of 'Watching the Internet: The Future of TV?' by Jose M. Alvarez-Monzoncillo. International Journal of Communication, 7, 1714-1717.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Future Tense: Australia's Contested Rule-Making for Media Diversity. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 62(3), 39.1-39.12.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). National Broadband Planning and Market Liberalism: Regulatory Reforms for Citizenship? Observatorio (OBS*), 5(1), 305-329.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). News diversity and broadband applications: Challenges for content and distribution. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(4), 65.1-65.11.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2010). Updating Diversity of Voice Arguments for Online News Media. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 4(1), 1-18.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008). First impacts: dismantling frameworks for cross-owned media in Australia. Communications Law, 13(5), 164-169.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008). Ownership Changes. State of the News Print Media in Australia, 2008, 3.2-3.7.
  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2007). Community Attitudes and Changing Audiences: Integrating Australia's Multicultural Diversity in Media Policy. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 8(1), 81-91.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Fault Lines in Media Policy. Reviewing Broadcasting Pluralism and Diversity. A Comparative Study of Policy and Regulation. Media and Arts Law Review, 12(2).
  • Dwyer, T. (2006). Book Review - The Business of Media: Corporate Media and the Public Interest. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 119, 158-162.
  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2006). The Audience Politics of 'Enhanced' Television Formats. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 2(1), 25-42.
  • Curtis, S., Dwyer, T., Wilding, D., Wilson, H. (2006). Too Soon: The government’s media ownership proposals. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 119, 38-47.
  • Dwyer, T. (2004). Blurring Boundaries in Media Regulation. Australian Mosaic, 5, 46-47.
  • Dwyer, T. (2004). Transformations: A Nation-state responds. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 7(2).
  • Dwyer, T. (2003). Recalibrating Policies for Localism within Australia's Commercially Networked TV Industry. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108, 125-144.
  • Dwyer, T., Stockbridge, S. (1999). Putting violence to work in new media policies: Trends in Australian Internet, computer game and video regulation. New Media and Society, 1(2), 227-249.
  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Open & Shut? New Cable Networks Update. Media Information Australia, 75, 89-91.
  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Review of Financing, Programming & Diversity in Australian Television. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 82.
  • Dwyer, T. (1993). Review of Framing Culture. International Journal of Cultural Studies.
  • Dwyer, T. (1990). Emerging Policies for Pay TV: Official Conceptions of Audiences in Transition. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

Conferences

  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Hutchinson, J. (2013). Mobile Internet's 'Creative Destruction': Implications for Global Mobile Policy, International Association for Communication Researchers. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Transforming Digital Media Industry Cultures: Accessing News in Asian Mobile Internet. ICA Regional Shanghai Conference, Communication and Social Transformation, Shanghai: Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Public Figures, Privacy, and Co-regulation: The David Campbell Affair. Media and the Boundaries of Disclosure: Media, Morals, Public Shaming and Privacy, Oxford, UK: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.
  • Dwyer, T. (2005). The big bang, new media and discourses of ICT enablement. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, ANZCA 2005: Communication at Work: Showcasing communication scholarship, Christchurch (NZ): Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Australia's Lamentable Media Diversity Needs a Regulatory Fix. The Conversation.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2013). The hits and misses of journalism's New Daily. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). The Year that was: New and Old Media Moves in 2013. The Conversation.
  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2012). Churnalism on the rise as news sites fill up with shared content and wire copy. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Convergence: Reforms for New Media Technologies or 'Just another Plug-In?'. Communications Law Bulletin, Vol. 17 No. 2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Good news from the News of the World. Inside Story.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Media Inquiry won't go far enough. Eureka Street.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2011). The online test for media inquiries. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2011). When does a blogger become a journalist? The Conversation. [More Information]

Report

  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2012). Addressing Convergence: Operational, Legal and Ethical Trends in Online and Cross-media News Production. A report funded by the Australian Press Council. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T., Wilding, D., Wilson, H., Curtis, S. (2006). Content, Consolidation and Clout: How will Regional Australia be affected by Media Ownership Changes? [Policy Submission].
  • Dwyer, T. (1994). Privacy Implications of New Communications Networks and Services.

Reference Works

  • Dwyer, T. (2014). [In Press]. The Department of Communications. In Bridget Griffen-Folley (Eds.), Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). [In Press]. Media Ownership. In Bridget Griffen-Folley (Eds.), Australian Scholarly Publishing.

Other

  • Dwyer, T. (2014), Australian Media Monitor, 8:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013), Australian Media Monitor, 7:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012), Australian Media Monitor, 6:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011), Australian Media Monitor, 5:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011), Australian Media Monitor, 5:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010), Australian Media Monitor, 4:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010), Australian Media Monitor, 4:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2009), Australian Media Monitor, 3:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2009), Australian Media Monitor, 3:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008), Australian Media Monitor, 2:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008), Australian Media Monitor, 2:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007), Australian Media Monitor, 1:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007), Book Review - Media Debates: Great Issues for the Digital Age.

2015

  • Dwyer, T. (2015). [In Press]. Review of James Stanyer's 'Intimate Politics: Publicity, Privacy and the Personal Lives of Politicians in Media-Saturated Democracies'. Discourse and Communication, 9(3).
  • Dwyer, T. (2015). Evolving Concepts of Personal Privacy: Locative Media in Online Mobile Spaces. In Rowan Wilken and Gerard Goggin (Eds.), Locative Media, (pp. 121-134). New York: Routledge.

2014

  • Dwyer, T. (2014). [In Press]. The Department of Communications. In Bridget Griffen-Folley (Eds.), Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T. (2014), Australian Media Monitor, 8:1.
  • Goggin, G., Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2014). Locative News: Mobile Media, Place Informatics, and Digital News. Journalism Studies, 15.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2014). Moveable Media: Mobile Internet and New Policy Modes. In Michal Glowacki, Lizzie Jackson (Eds.), Public Media Management for the Twenty-First Century: Creativity, Innovation, and Interaction, (pp. 40-58). New York: Routledge.
  • Dwyer, T. (2014). Press Freedom Discourse after Leveson: Ethics, Elections and Media Concentration in Australia. The Political Economy of Communication, 2(1), 49-59. [More Information]

2013

  • Dwyer, T. (2013). [In Press]. Media Ownership. In Bridget Griffen-Folley (Eds.), Australian Scholarly Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Australia's Lamentable Media Diversity Needs a Regulatory Fix. The Conversation.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013), Australian Media Monitor, 7:1.
  • Goggin, G., Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Hutchinson, J. (2013). Mobile Internet's 'Creative Destruction': Implications for Global Mobile Policy, International Association for Communication Researchers. Crises, 'Creative Destruction' and the Global Power and Communication Orders, Dublin City University: International Association for Media and Communication Research.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Review of 'Watching the Internet: The Future of TV?' by Jose M. Alvarez-Monzoncillo. International Journal of Communication, 7, 1714-1717.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2013). The hits and misses of journalism's New Daily. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). The Year that was: New and Old Media Moves in 2013. The Conversation.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Transforming Digital Media Industry Cultures: Accessing News in Asian Mobile Internet. ICA Regional Shanghai Conference, Communication and Social Transformation, Shanghai: Jiao Tong University, Shanghai.
  • Dwyer, T. (2013). Visible 'Evidence' in TV News: Regulating Privacy in the Public Interest? In Julian Petley (Eds.), Media and Public Shaming: Drawing the Boundaries of Disclosure, (pp. 179-200). London, United Kingdom: I.B. Tauris.

2012

  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2012). Addressing Convergence: Operational, Legal and Ethical Trends in Online and Cross-media News Production. A report funded by the Australian Press Council. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2012), Australian Media Monitor, 6:1.
  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2012). Churnalism on the rise as news sites fill up with shared content and wire copy. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Convergence: Reforms for New Media Technologies or 'Just another Plug-In?'. Communications Law Bulletin, Vol. 17 No. 2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Future Tense: Australia's Contested Rule-Making for Media Diversity. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 62(3), 39.1-39.12.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Legal and Ethical Issues in the Media. Basingstoke, Hampshire, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Dwyer, T. (2012). Public Figures, Privacy, and Co-regulation: The David Campbell Affair. Media and the Boundaries of Disclosure: Media, Morals, Public Shaming and Privacy, Oxford, UK: Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford.

2011

  • Dwyer, T. (2011), Australian Media Monitor, 5:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011), Australian Media Monitor, 5:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Good news from the News of the World. Inside Story.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Media Inquiry won't go far enough. Eureka Street.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Media Practice, Industry Change and the Law. In J Bainbridge, L Tynan, N Goc (Eds.), Media and Journalism: New Approaches to Theory and Practice, (pp. 325-352). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). National Broadband Planning and Market Liberalism: Regulatory Reforms for Citizenship? Observatorio (OBS*), 5(1), 305-329.
  • Dwyer, T. (2011). Net Worth: Popular Social Networks as Colossal Marketing Machines. In Sussman, Gerald; General Editors: Bruce Gronbeck and Mitchell S. McKinney (Eds.), The Propaganda Society: Promotional Culture and Politics in Global Context, (pp. 77-92). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F., Goggin, G. (2011). News diversity and broadband applications: Challenges for content and distribution. Telecommunications Journal of Australia, 61(4), 65.1-65.11.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2011). The online test for media inquiries. The Conversation. [More Information]
  • Martin, F., Dwyer, T. (2011). When does a blogger become a journalist? The Conversation. [More Information]

2010

  • Dwyer, T. (2010), Australian Media Monitor, 4:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010), Australian Media Monitor, 4:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2010). Media Convergence. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • Dwyer, T., Martin, F. (2010). Updating Diversity of Voice Arguments for Online News Media. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition, 4(1), 1-18.

2009

  • Dwyer, T. (2009), Australian Media Monitor, 3:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2009), Australian Media Monitor, 3:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2009). Media Practice, Industry Change and the Law. In J Bainbridge, L Tynan, N Goc (Eds.), Media and Journalism: New Approaches to Theory and Practice, (pp. 1-31). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

2008

  • Dwyer, T. (2008), Australian Media Monitor, 2:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008), Australian Media Monitor, 2:2.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008). First impacts: dismantling frameworks for cross-owned media in Australia. Communications Law, 13(5), 164-169.
  • Dwyer, T. (2008). Ownership Changes. State of the News Print Media in Australia, 2008, 3.2-3.7.

2007

  • Dwyer, T. (2007), Australian Media Monitor, 1:1.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007), Book Review - Media Debates: Great Issues for the Digital Age.
  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2007). Community Attitudes and Changing Audiences: Integrating Australia's Multicultural Diversity in Media Policy. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 8(1), 81-91.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Dimensions in Media Diversity. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 246-264). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Fault Lines in Media Policy. Reviewing Broadcasting Pluralism and Diversity. A Comparative Study of Policy and Regulation. Media and Arts Law Review, 12(2).
  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2007). New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence. Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). New Media: The Policy Agenda. In Virginia Nightingale, Tim Dwyer (Eds.), New Media Worlds: Challenges for Convergence, (pp. 37-59). Australia: Oxford University Press Australia.
  • Dwyer, T. (2007). Traditional Media Buys Online: Not All Good News for Audiences. In Andrew T Kenyon (Eds.), TV Futures: Digital Television Policy in Australia, (pp. 82-107). Australia: Melbourne University Press.

2006

  • Dwyer, T. (2006). Book Review - The Business of Media: Corporate Media and the Public Interest. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 119, 158-162.
  • Dwyer, T., Wilding, D., Wilson, H., Curtis, S. (2006). Content, Consolidation and Clout: How will Regional Australia be affected by Media Ownership Changes? [Policy Submission].
  • Dwyer, T. (2006). Dismantling Cross-Media Ownership Policies: Media Consolidation and Internet News and Opinion Diversity in the Blogosphere. In Nikos Leandros (Eds.), Impact of Internet on the Mass Media in Europe, (pp. 119-131). UK: Abramis (imprint arima publishing).
  • Nightingale, V., Dwyer, T. (2006). The Audience Politics of 'Enhanced' Television Formats. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 2(1), 25-42.
  • Curtis, S., Dwyer, T., Wilding, D., Wilson, H. (2006). Too Soon: The government’s media ownership proposals. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 119, 38-47.

2005

  • Dwyer, T. (2005). The big bang, new media and discourses of ICT enablement. Australian & New Zealand Communication Association International Conference, ANZCA 2005: Communication at Work: Showcasing communication scholarship, Christchurch (NZ): Australian and New Zealand Communication Association.

2004

  • Dwyer, T. (2004). Blurring Boundaries in Media Regulation. Australian Mosaic, 5, 46-47.
  • Dwyer, T. (2004). Transformations: A Nation-state responds. M/C Journal: A Journal of Media and Culture, 7(2).

2003

  • Dwyer, T. (2003). Recalibrating Policies for Localism within Australia's Commercially Networked TV Industry. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 108, 125-144.

1999

  • Dwyer, T., Stockbridge, S. (1999). Putting violence to work in new media policies: Trends in Australian Internet, computer game and video regulation. New Media and Society, 1(2), 227-249.

1996

  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Open & Shut? New Cable Networks Update. Media Information Australia, 75, 89-91.
  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Pay TV Policies in Australia: Are Audiences the Users who Pay? In Jennifer Craik, Julie James Bailey, Albert Moran (Eds.), Public Voices, Private Interests: Australia's Media Policy. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.
  • Dwyer, T. (1996). Review of Financing, Programming & Diversity in Australian Television. Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy: quarterly journal of media research and resources, 82.

1994

  • Dwyer, T. (1994). Privacy Implications of New Communications Networks and Services.

1993

  • Dwyer, T. (1993). Review of Framing Culture. International Journal of Cultural Studies.

1990

  • Dwyer, T. (1990). Emerging Policies for Pay TV: Official Conceptions of Audiences in Transition. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.

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