Nine Publishing journalists vote to stop work this week

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Journalists employed by Nine Publishing have overwhelming voted in favour of going on strike on Friday ...

Nine Publishing journalists vote in favour of industrial action

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Journalists employed by Nine Publishing will take industrial action next week ...

Stop AI theft: media, creative and arts workers demand action from government

Media, creative, and arts workers are in Canberra today to warn Parliament that the burgeoning use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will erode creative sector jobs and undermine public trust in the media ...

MEAA submission to inquiry into social media and Australian society

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This submission responds to the terms of reference set out by the Joint Select Committee on social media and Australian society ...

Nine job cuts add to horror month for Australian journalism

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Australia’s largest commercial media organisations must commit to quality journalism rather than look for easy savings by cutting editorial jobs ...

Plea deal ends personal ordeal for Julian Assange, but media freedom concerns remain

The reported plea bargain between Julian Assange and the United States government brings to a close one of the darkest periods in the history of media freedom ...

Statement on the appointment of Catherine West as chair of Nine

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The new chair of Nine must act quickly to restore the confidence of editorial staff by enacting measures to make its newsrooms safe workplaces where the work of journalists is respected and supported. MEAA calls on the new chair and senior management to work with union representatives to wipe out ...

Fair Work Commission confirms ABC sacked Lattouf

The finding against the ABC over its sacking of broadcaster and writer Antoinette Lattouf is an important outcome for the right of journalists to do their jobs without fear or favour ...