The publications and media commentary connected to this research program and the period of the Fellowship are listed below. Wherever possible, links are provided in order that they can be easily accessed.
B. Hutchins (2018) “‘Crossing the Technical Rubicon’: Marketising Culture and Fields of the Digital’, in D. Rowe, G. Turner & E. Waterton (eds.) Making Culture: Commercialisation, Transnationalism, and the State of ‘Nationing’ in Contemporary Australia, New York: Routledge, 103-15.
B. Hutchins (monograph under contract) Mobile Media and Sport: Content, Technology and Markets on the Move. New York: Oxford University Press.
B. Hutchins & J. Sanderson (2017) “The Primacy of Sports Television: Olympic Media, Social Networking Services and Multi-Screen Viewing during the Rio 2016 Games“, Media International Australia, No. 164: 32-43.
B. Hutchins & R. Boyle (2017) “A Community of Practice: Sport Journalism, Mobile Media and Institutional Change”, Digital Journalism, 5 (5): 496-512.
S.W. Dittmore & B. Hutchins (2017) “Privilege Over Innovation: Sports Broadcasting, Mobile Television and the Case of Aereo”, Journal of Legal Aspects of Sport, 27(1): 3-18.
G. Goggin & B. Hutchins (2017) “Media and the Paralympics: Progress, Visibility and Paradox”, in S. Darcy, S. Frawley & D. Adair (eds.) Managing the Paralympics, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 215-38.
B. Hutchins & D. Rowe (2017) “The Tyranny of Perpetual Innovation: Global Mobile Media, Digital Communications and Television”, in N. Schulenkorf & S. Frawley (eds.) Critical Issues in Global Sport Management, London: Routledge, 238-51.
R. van Krieken, D. Habibis, P. Smith, B. Hutchins, G. Martin & K. Maton (2017) Sociology, 6th edition (fully revised and updated), Melbourne: Pearson Australia. (Author of content on media, communications, digital technologies, mobilities and mobile media.)
B. Hutchins (2016) “Tales of the Digital Sublime: Tracing the Relationship Between Big Data and Professional Sport”, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 22 (5): 494-509.
B. Hutchins (2016) “‘The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same’: Path Dependency, Sports Content, and the Suppression of Innovation in Mobile Television”, Telematics and Informatics, 33 (2): 703-10.
J. Freeman & B. Hutchins (2016) “Digital Media and Local Democracy: News Media, Local Governments and Civic Action”, Australian Journalism Review, 38 (2): 19-30.
Journal Special Issue: B. Hutchins, A. Podkalicka & J. Meese (eds.) (2015) “Media Sport: Practice, Culture and Innovation”, Media International Australia, No. 155: 66-152.
B. Hutchins, J. Meese & A. Podkalicka (2015) “Introduction – Media Sport: Practice, Culture and Innovation”, Media International Australia, No. 155: 66-69.
B. Hutchins (2014) “Twitter: Follow the Money and Look Beyond Sports”, Communication & Sport, 2 (2): 122-26.
B. Hutchins (2014) “Sport on the Move: The Unfolding Impact of Mobile Communications on the Media Sport Content Economy”, Journal of Sport and Social Issues, 38 (6): 509-27.
Published Media and Cultural Commentary
D. Rowe & B. Hutchins (2017) “Prize Fight Over Live-Streamed Sport Will Go On Long After the Final Bell Sounds”, The Conversation, 8 February.
J. Mikosza & B. Hutchins (2017) “The Business of Avoiding Sport”, Meanjin Quarterly, Autumn 76 (1): 168-73.
B. Hutchins (2016) “There’s a Time to Put Down the Smartphone, Seriously!” The Conversation, 25 July.
B. Hutchins (2014) “Death, Sport, and the Collapse of Critical Distance”, The Allrounder, 10 December.
B. Hutchins (2014) “All Kneel at the Temple of Apple’s Latest Technology”, The Conversation, 9 September.
B. Hutchins (2014) “Armchair Coaches Swimming in Rivers of Sport Data”, The Age [The Green Guide – “Livewire”], 13 March, p. 11.
Media Comment and Interviews
ABC News (2019) Matthew Smith and Daniel Keane, ‘Hannah Gadsby to Use Phone Pouches to Stop People Filming Her Shows’, 26 March.
ABC Radio 891 Adelaide (26 March 2019) Chatting with Ali Clarke on the Breakfast program, Brett spoke about the increasing use of the Yondr smartphone pouch at live events and the social experience of phone-free environments.
ABC Radio 720 Perth (19 March 2019) Speaking on the Early Mornings Program with Barry Nicholls, Brett discussed the changing etiquette of mobile phone use and how new mobile platforms and technologies require ongoing renegotiation in terms of what is considered acceptable and unacceptable in how we communicate with each other.
The Australian (2018) Dana McCauley, “Games Access Not Sporting, Says Rivals”, 9 April.
Sydney Morning Herald (2018) Felicity Caldwell, “Nine Ban to Serve as a Warning to Media Ahead of Commonwealth Games”, 3 April.
The Somatic Podcast – Episode 6 (20 December 2017) Brett was interviewed for the episode, “Sports Studies and Podcasting”, and discussed the productive intersections between scholarly research, the interview format and podcasting.
The World Today – ABC Radio (nationally syndicated) (6 December 2017) Stephen Smiley, “Commonwealth Games TV Contract Prompts Fairfax, News Corp Snub”.
Radio Live (New Zealand) (3 September 2017) Brett discussed the coverage of sport on television and Australia’s anti-siphoning legislation for major events with Mark Sainsbury on the Morning Talk program.
1233 ABC Radio Newcastle (14 September 2017) Following the launch of the new Apple iPhone, Brett discussed the changing social impacts of smartphones on the way people communicate and connect in public and private life with the host of the Drive program, Paul Bevan.
612 ABC Radio Brisbane (24 June 2017) The host of the Saturday Breakfast program, Rebecca Levingstone, interviewed Brett about the growth in mobile phone free live events and the upcoming shows of comedian Chris Rock.
The New Daily (5 June 2017) Alana Mitchelson, “Sporting Events You May No Longer Be Able to Watch of Free-to-Air TV”, 5 June.
The New Daily (2017) Tom Heenan, “How the Big Bash League Took Australia’s Sporting Landscape by Storm”, 2 January.
Mashable (US) (2015) Jason Abbruzzese, “Why Twitter is Cracking Down on the Sweet, Harmless Freedom of Football GIFs”, 15 October.
Mashable (US) (2015) Jason Abbruzzese, “Sports Leagues Respond to Periscope with Panic and Bans”, 8 May.
Sydney Morning Herald (2015) Lucy Cormack, “The Flight of Fantasy Sports as Gambling Joins In”, 2 May.
702 ABC Radio Sydney (and 666 ABC Canberra and ABC New South Wales) (9 September 2014) Brett spoke with Rachel Perkins on the Evenings program about marketing, rumours, and the people who queued to be the first buyers of the Apple iPhone 6.
MX News (2014) Nadia Salemme, “Facebook is, Like, Funny”, 19 August, p. 2
“The New Books in Sports” Podcast hosted by Bruce Berglund (US) 20 March 2014. Brett Hutchins and David Rowe discuss their co-authored research monograph, Sport Beyond Television: The Internet, Digital Media and the Rise of Networked Media Sport (Routledge 2012).
Advisory Work and Public Engagement
Appointed to Advisory Board for Somatic Podcast (2018-Present). (Sam Clevenger and Oliver Rick, University of Maryland)
Judging Panel Member (11 December 2014) The Oxfam Monash Innovators program. Monash University Law Chambers.