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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
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
Governments must heed call for greater media diversity
New era for digital journalists begins on March 1
Facebook and Google monies must go to newsrooms, not boardrooms
Facebook and Google deals may leave small publishers out in cold
Contempt case highlights Queensland’s shield law delay
News bargaining code remains essential to support small media outlets
Defamation outcomes chill public interest journalism – MEAA
Assange extradition decision a huge relief; US must now end prosecution
Journalists need better protection, not prosecution
MEAA concerned at more jobs going at News Corp
Screen industry welcomes proposed reforms for streaming services – Make It Australian
MEAA welcomes proposed Netflix quota
Paul Murphy speech to 2020 Walkley Awards
MEAA submission to inquiry into Australia’s creative and cultural industries and institutions
ABC independence must be preserved – MEAA
Senate media inquiry must consider multiple challenges facing industry – MEAA
Chloe Dallimore stands down as MEAA Equity president
MEAA welcomes dropping of raid investigation but threat remains
Sexual assault survivors in Victoria can now tell their stories
Casting decision snubs local talent
Response to 2020-21 Budget Statement
Government fails content test in another blow for screen industry
Workers rally to save Opera Australia
Adelaide Review’s closure shows how local media is hurting – MEAA
MEAA condemns China’s expulsion of Australian journalists
Opera Australia axings a disgrace, says union
Press freedom inquiry would still jail journalists
Australia needs a comprehensive cultural policy
Regional media support needs accountability – MEAA
Closing SA’s Border Watch group abandons local communities – MEAA
MEAA welcomes proposed Queensland journalists’ shield law
Australian media must do better on diversity
Queensland needs journalist shield laws now
More jobs go at Network 10
Reverse cut to WA regional allowance