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Unlock regional publishers funds now to keep newspapers alive
MEAA condemns regional newspaper closures
Assistance to businesses must keep arts workforce in work, not push them onto welfare
Arts and entertainment sectors ignored by coronavirus stimulus package
Performing arts, screen and media need to keep workers on payroll
Governments must bring forward performing arts funding now
MEAA releases new ethics guidelines to help journalists reporting on hate speech and extremism
Live performance and entertainment sector needs special help to cope with coronavirus impact
News and Nine have questions to answer on closure of AAP
Closing AAP Newswire is irresponsible; government must act to rein in digital giants
Statement by AAP House Committee
New content rules should not come at cost of children’s and Australian stories
ABC warrant case shows system is broken
Federal Government needs to stand up for Australian kids and our stories
MEAA concerned at China’s expulsion of foreign correspondents
MEAA disappointed at ABC raid decision
Address by Simon Collins to 2020 Federal Council in Sydney
Hike in secret access to journalists’ data
Reporting on Australian bushfires
MEAA – Journalists cannot and will not reveal their sources
Government gives up on tackling Google and Facebook
Axing of Arts Department a fresh blow for struggling sector
MEAA chief executive Paul Murphy’s speech to 2019 Walkley Awards
MEAA win brings digital journalists into Award
Report shows ABC wage theft from casuals of $22.9 million
Journalists’ union joins media organisations in campaign for public’s right to know
Docklands Studios expansion a game changer for Victoria’s screen industry
MEAA submission to INSLM review of Encryption amendments to TOLA Act – 190913
Screen creatives on both sides of camera call for action on local content
Australia’s Right To Know submission to Senate inquiry into press freedom – 190903
Nine’s journalists concerned at Liberal fundraiser
Australia’s Right to Know submission to Northern Territory Sexual Violence Prevention and Response
Public supports increased funding for Australia’s orchestras
MEAA welcomes ACCC digital platforms report