Faculty | Baerbel Goebel-Stolz
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and Culture
- Ph.D., University of Kansas, Lawrence
Dr. Stolz completed her dissertation: " 'In Search of the Audience'- Forty Years of German Public Television and its Audience Driven Commercialization" in 2011. The work examines shifts in Germany's television system, policies, audience interaction, and programming on Public Broadcast Television, linked to political and technological changes in the nation.
Her ongoing research focuses on media industries; the investigation of media artifact trading and marketing, as well as exhibition practices of U.S. television in European markets. She is currently expanding on her dissertation to include an analysis of cultural changes visible in one of the country's most treasured series.
“Fiction Programming on German Pay TV.” Tutta un'altra fiction. La serialità pay in Italia e nel mondo. Il modello Sky, Massimo Scaglioni and Luca Barra (eds.), Carocci: Rome, 2013.
“Once Upon a Crime – Tatort Germany’s Longest Running Police Procedural” German Television. Ed. Powell, Larson Berghahn Books: London, 2013. (Under Contract)
“Public Industry: The Commercialization of Public Broadcasting” Media Economies. Eds.Hartwig, Marcel and Günther Süß. Trier: WVT, 2013. 1-28 (Under Contract)