MEAA Submissions

Latest submissions from MEAA

MEAA Federal Election 2022 Issues and Priorities

MediaRoom, Reports, Submissions
MEAA’s policy priorities for the 2022 Federal Election have been forwarded to the leaders of the ALP, Greens and Liberal Party and their respective party secretariats. MEAA will monitor and publishes any responses during the election campaign to help members make informed voting decisions ...
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MEAA submission to House of Representatives inquiry into regional newspapers

In this submission to the House of Representatives inquiry into regional Australian newspapers, MEAA says local public interest journalism must be seen as an indispensable part of a community’s civic infrastructure – in all communities. Regional and rural communities, in particular, are being progressively denied local public interest journalism for ...
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MEAA submission on Treasury Laws Amendment (2021 Measures No. 5) Bill 2021

MediaRoom, Submissions
MEAA strongly supports increasing the Producer Offset to 30% for screen productions that are not feature films. Similarly, MEAA supports the removal of the 65 commercial hour cap qualifying Australian production expenditure for a series and seasons of a series. MEAA do not support the remainder of the measures in ...
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MEAA submission on Broadcasting Legislation Amendment Bill 2021

MEAA strongly opposes the move to reduce the amounts of investment required of subscription television broadcasters for drama production under the New Eligible Drama Expenditure scheme. It is a retrograde and unwarranted step ...
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MEAA submissions to the Media Reform Green Paper

MEAA has made two submissions to the Department of Communications Green Paper on Media Reform; one is from the Media section and the other is from the Equity and ECS sections ...
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