Todd Wirth

  • B.A., University of Arizona
  • M.A., University of Nevada, Reno
  • Ph.D., Ohio University

Previous Positions

Editorial Board Member: Journal of Radio Studies, Journal of Radio and Audio Media; Broadcast Education Association; National Association of Broadcasters; National Communication Association; Society of Broadcast Engineers - Radio Operator Certification

Publications and presentations

  • Format monopolies: The evolution of "Nationwide format oligopolies," Journal of Radio Studies, 14(2), 144-164, 2007
  • Direct format competition on the radio dial and the Telecommunications Act of 1996: A five-year trend study, Journal of Radio Studies, 9(1), 33-50, 2002
  • Nationwide format oligopolies, Journal of Radio Studies, 8(2), 249-270, 2001
  • "Format monopolies, duopolies, and new oligopolies," Broadcast and Internet Radio Competitive Paper Panel, first place, Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Direct Format Competition On The Radio Dial And The Telecommunications Act Of 1996: A Five -Year Trend Study," Broadcast and Internet Radio Competitive Paper Panel - Open Category Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Nationwide Format Oligopolies: Are The Majority Of All Radio Listeners In The U.S. Who Tune To A Specific Music Format Serviced By A Few Radio Station Groups," Broadcast and Internet Radio Competitive Paper Panel, first place, Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Digital Radio is on the Air: An Introduction to Digital Radio Regulation, Technology, and Hardware," panel creator and panel moderator, Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Going Platinum: Creating the Radio Industry's Next Music Sensation," Relevance of Radio Studies in the Mass Media Curriculum - Panelist Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Innovation in Radio Programming," panel moderator, Broadcast Education Association National Conference
  • "Implementation or Lip Service: A Preliminary Study Examines The Extent To Which Speech Anxiety Is Addressed In College Level Introductory Public Speaking Courses," University of Tennessee Communications Conclave