MEDIA, ENTERTAINMENT & ARTS ALLIANCE

Empowering Australia’s creative professionals.

Built on integrity. Powered by creativity

MEAA is the largest and most established union and industry advocate for Australia’s creative professionals.

The Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance acknowledges the Traditional Custodians and Cultures of the lands and seas of which we live and work. We pay our respects to all First Nations Peoples, Elders and Ancestors. We acknowledge that Sovereignty was never ceded and stand in Solidarity towards a shared future.


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News


Member Central closure

MEAA Member Central will be closed on Monday, October 3 due to a public holiday in ...

Posted on 30th, September 2022

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Cultural policy review must address poverty wages of arts workers

New MEAA Chief Executive Erin Madeley and her predecessor, Paul Murphy, have met with Arts Minister ...

Posted on 24th, August 2022

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Reporting on climate: resources for journalists

Reporting on climate change is no longer a niche round for journalists.

Posted on 4th, August 2022

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Fact sheet: Paid pandemic leave

The Pandemic Leave Disaster Payment is a lump sum payment for people who are ineligible for ...

Posted on 21st, July 2022

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Leading Australians urge release of Australian journalist Cheng Lei

A group of leading Australians including a former prime minister, Labor and Liberal parliamentarians, former Labor ...

Posted on 8th, July 2022

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State of the Industry survey for performers

MEAA Equity, in partnership with the Equity Diversity Committee, is conducting our first State of the ...

Posted on 22nd, June 2022

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Erin Madeley to be next MEAA Chief Executive

Erin Madeley will succeed Paul Murphy as the Chief Executive of the Media, Entertainment & Arts ...

Posted on 15th, June 2022

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The real cost of making film and TV

Through MEAA research, Australian crew have exposed the culture of punishing working hours that damage their ...

Posted on 27th, May 2022

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30 years of commitment to the cause

Geoff Hanlon has worked at Mooney Valley, Caulfield and Sandown for more 30 years, during which ...

Posted on 12th, May 2022

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World Press Freedom Day 2022: government must show its commitment through action, not just words

The next Australian government must recommit to press freedom by putting in place overdue reforms to ...

Posted on 3rd, May 2022

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Management contracts: What to know before you sign

If you’re considering changing agent, or securing representation for the first time, make sure you read ...

Posted on 19th, April 2022

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MEAA Easter hours

MEAA Member Central (1300 65 65 13/ members@meaa.org) will be closed over the Easter long weekend ...

Posted on 13th, April 2022

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The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance acknowledges the traditional custodians and cultures of the lands and seas on which we live and work. We pay our respects to all First Nations peoples, elders and ancestors. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded, and stand in solidarity towards a shared future.
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