Dr Marc C-Scott
Lecturer, College of Arts & Education
Dr Marc C-Scott is a lecturer in screen media at Victoria University and is the course chair for the Bachelor of Screen Media.
He completed his PhD, “Invention to Institution: A Comparative Historical Analysis of Television across Three National Sites”, in 2016. His research interests are within television (history, institutions, policy, broadcast technologies and methods), cross-platform media and sportscasting.
Marc regularly appears on both local and international television and radio. He also writes for The Conversation about many topics associated with changes in the media landscape.
- Bachelor of Screen Media
- ACC2010 Television Production
- ASN2001 Cross Media Practice
- ASN2003 Screen Media Careers
- ASN2004 Post-Production
- ASN3002 Screen Media Practice
2 Honours students
The Royal Television Society: Shiers Trust awards 2014, The Advent of Television to Australia: an interactive education resource
C-Scott, M, (2011). Transmedia Broadcasting at the Ten Network, 7th Australian Media Traditions Conference - Trends, Traditions & Transformations, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne.
C-Scott, M, (2014). What is Television?, Salford International Media Festival: Challenging Media Landscapes – Exploring Meida Choice and Freedom, University of Salford, Manchester.
C-Scott, M, (2016). Where have all the eyeballs gone?: Australian’s change in media viewing habits, ATOM 2016 Screen Futures, RMIT University, Melbourne.
Board Director, Channel 31 Melbourne (Community television)
Appearances in the media
Dr Marc C-Scott appears regularly on both local and international television and radio and writes for The Conversation about many topics associated with changes in the media landscape. See the following websites for more information:
Areas of expertise
- Media streaming
- Video on demand
- Sports media rights
- Australian media
- Media policy