Media at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic, and holds a MA in European Politics, BS in Business Administration, and AS in Mechanical Engineering. He
founded the Media Innovation Center at Masaryk University, establishing the new university broadcast operations of student radio and TV. He also is an independent media advocate, serving on the board of directors of the Community Media Forum Europe. Since 2003, he is founder and director of Radioexpert, an NGO that is active in Community Media projects worldwide.
Select publicationsLoeser, H. (2017). Community Broadcasting in the Digital Age – Uniquely Positioned for Success or Failure? Available online: https://www.academia.edu/30018994/Community_Broadcasting_in_the_Digital_Age_Uniquely_Positioned_for_Success_or_Failure.
Loeser, H. (2016). Publics, Participants and Policies: Examining Community Broadcasting in Austria and the Czech Republic [PhD thesis]. Masaryk University. Available online: academia.edu/28661192/Publics_Participants_and_Policies_Examining_Community_Broadcasting_in_Austria_and_the_Czech_Republic.
Loeser, H. (2012). Digital Radio in Europe: A Review. Journal of Radio & Audio
Loeser, H. (2012). Community Media for the Czech Republic: Who Cares? In
Traynor, M. and R. Hand (eds.). Radio and Culture in Small Nations. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press.
Loeser, H. (2010). Radio Liberty in the Context of EU-Russia- US Relations.
Saarbrucken, Germany: Lambert Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-8383-6356-1.