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Screen Queensland Announces Host Companies To Support Paid Post-Production Placement Program
MEAA has been proudly representing journalists for 112 years
MEAA House Committee statements in solidarity over killing of Shireen Abu Akleh
MEAA correspondence over killing of journalist and US citizen Shireen Abu Akleh
Statement from Guardian Freelancers: it’s time for freelancers’ collective agreement
Greens push for government-backed gig guarantee for live performers
World Press Freedom Day 2022: government must show its commitment through action, not just words
Three years in prison is too long; Assange must come home
MEAA to begin search for new Chief Executive
Government neglect of arts continues in Federal Budget
Government must invest in regional media or more outlets will close
Musicians’ union welcomes $250 minimum fee for gigs
MEAA condemns TV station’s assault on PNG journalists’ rights
New charter to show way forward for freelance media workers
New Traineeship Program Leg-Up For Queensland Post-Production Sector
Urgent action needed to arrest decline of regional journalism; more mergers not answer
End of ABC funding freeze won’t bring back lost jobs and programming
MEAA submission to House of Representatives inquiry into regional newspapers
Coronial inquest into death of Johann Ofner
One good year is no reason to avoid screen industry reforms
Big boost for screen sector
As NSW live music re-opens can musicians afford to play?
Senate’s ABC inquiry is ‘overtly political’
“Journalist F” appeal decision another blow for press freedom
ABC’s Rose d’Or and AACTA Award nominations cap off golden run in 2021
Urgent action needed to rescue Australian journalism
Active Policy Measures Needed to Stop Decline of Journalism
Arts and entertainment workers will continue to need support once lockdowns are lifted
2021 Queensland Clarion Awards
IATSE ‘yes’ vote sets benchmark for all
Don’t be misled on Federal Government COVID support for arts sector
Arts workers left stranded in NSW without work and unable to return home
Government must immediately offer refuge to Afghan media workers, says MEAA
One year on from her arrest, colleagues call for release of Australian journalist Cheng Lei
Statement from Canberra Times, Illawarra Mercury and Newcastle Herald House Committees
Apple Daily closure a devastating blow: MEAA
Burmese journalists need our support: MEAA
SPA and MEAA release revised guidelines for screen safety
Government must ignore bluster of Netflix and Free TV and mandate local content obligations
Regional media companies that receive taxpayer money must keep services going
Inquiry points way for press freedom reform
Budget brings welcome changes to super threshold and extra support for AAP but doubts remain about ABC funding
Speech by Karen Percy to ABC Friends event, May 8, 2021
ABC’s Annah Fromberg named joint 2021 Tasmanian Journalist of Year
World Press Freedom Day 2021: hostility towards journalists is on rise
Journalists’ union gives notice to quit Australian Press Council
Extra arts funding is too little, too late
Screen creatives visit Canberra to call for action on local content