2008, Faske won the honor degree in Antwerp University. Fask is educated in the UK. After graduating from Cambridge University, he teaches in all parts of the world, including Australia, New Zealand, and the United States, especially as a professor of information on Wisconsin-Madison University. From the 1980s to the 1990s, he was the chief editor of the magazine "cultural research" in the Western Australia.
Fesk does not agree that the consumer product of the public audience is not thinking about their own thinking. He does not think that "audience" is the concept of unambiguous public. He insists that "audiences" have different social backgrounds and identity, making them able to accept different text.
Fusk's special "TV culture" on TV in 1987, introduces the theme of TV research by studying economic and cultural issues and the theory and criticism of text. He also passed the general view of these debates through the British, USA, Australia and French scholars. This book is "first seriously put the TV research into the agenda of the feminist, it is very important in the current research field."