|Asst Prof Bradley C Freeman |
Division of Broadcast & Cinema Studies
Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences
Phone: (+65)6790 6043
Office: SCI 02-07
- PhD(Mass Comm.) Syracuse University 2004
- MA(Public Comm.Studies) Syracuse University 1999
- BA(Political Sc/German) University of Pittsburgh 1989
|Dr. Freeman joined NTU in 2006. He worked at various media institutions in USA, Canada, & Germany. He has taught courses in the areas of radio/audio production, communication in society, media history, and entertainment industry economics.
• Currently his teaching focuses on radio/audio production, and the recorded music industry. Before NTU, he taught at Marist College and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh, USA. Prior to academia, he worked as General Manager for radio station WXVX in Pittsburgh, PA and as Production Director at Clear Channel's WWHT in Syracuse, NY. He has been an on-air presenter at numerous radio stations throughout the United States. He ran his own independent record label for several years and managed the early musical career of jam band Rusted Root. He also was a television research associate with the ARS Group in Evansville, Indiana.
|His research interests include community and campus radio, popular culture, political communication, media credibility, and sound design. He is a strong advocate for students studying abroad during their academic career.
He has contributed articles and conference papers on a wide variety of topics, and has been a source for numerous media stories throughout the United States. He appeared several times on New York City's Fox 5 "Good Day New York" program, speaking on new media technologies and radio. He has supervised research projects on religion in the media, Asian-American representation, and political internet blogs. He has served as Editorial Assistant for the research publication Communication Research.
|Research Grant |
|Current Projects |
- All things Being Equal: Assessing ASEAN Identitiy in The Region's Print Media & Through A Western Lens: Portrayals Of A "Rising" ASEAN And ITS Member Countries In US Print Media
- Towards a cluster effect: Coverage of the Arts in Singapore's print media
- Freeman, Bradley C. (2013). Radio Shangri-La: What I learned in Bhutan, the Happiest Kingdom on Earth. [Review of the book Radio Shangri-La: What I learned in Bhutan, the Happiest Kingdom on Earth.] Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 20 (1), 79-80.
- Freeman, B. C. (2012). Ratings, risks, & reprisals: What you can’t air on Singapore radio. Conference on Media and Society (C-MAS2012).
- Bradley C. Freeman. (2012). Arab media globalization and emerging media industries. [Review of the book Arab media globalization and emerging media industries.] Journal of Middle East Media @ http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwaus/Vol8/JMEM2012BkRev_Freeman.pdf, 8 (1), 1-5.
- Freeman, B. C., and Nguyen, T. N. (2012). Seeing Singapore: Potrayal of the city-state in global print media. Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 8(2), 158-169.
- Freeman, B. C. and Poorisat, T. (2012). Taxi driver radio and the politics of Thai community radio.Peoples’ Voices, Peoples’ Empowerment: Community Radio in Asia and Beyond. (pp. 274-293)..