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MEAA opening remarks to Senate select committee inquiry into Future of Public Interest Journalism

Opening remarks made by MEAA CEO Paul Murphy appearing at a public hearing in Sydney of the Senate Select Committee inquiry into the Future of Public Interest Journalism in Sydney, May 17 2017. See the complete Hansard transcript here ...
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Timor Leste journalists facing jail for defamation

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliates the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) and the South East Asia Journalist Unions (SEAJU) in strongly condemning the latest development in the slanderous denunciation case against Timor Leste journalists Oki Raimundos and Lourenco Martins. The IFJ, MEAA and SEAJU call for ...
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Government needs to show it values our film and TV industry

Australia’s $3 billion film and television industry needs greater leadership and support from the government to demonstrate the arts are valued in this country, says the union for performers and screen crew ...
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MEAA welcomes Senate’s future of journalism inquiry

MEAA welcomes the establishment of a Senate select committee that will inquire and report on the future of journalism in Australia ...
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Fairfax journalists take their campaign to Federal Parliament

Veteran Budget analysts and writers from the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age –journalists the public rely on to cut through the spin for the real story – will be missing from the Federal Budget press pack this year. More than 60 journalists from both mastheads will travel to Canberra ...
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