MEAA Submissions

Latest submissions from MEAA

MEAA submission to screen content options paper

This submission is made in response to the Supporting Australian stories on our screens - Options Paper of March 2020 ...
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Mandatory News Media Bargaining Code – submission to ACCC operations paper

“The loss of employment and the corresponding fall in media coverage of critical events is fundamentally driven by falling revenues, particularly in advertising. It is also driven by the shift towards online news and the ease with which news content is accessed through digital platforms. In PwC’s Entertainment and Media ...
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Submission to the Senate inquiry into COVID-19

This submission canvasses: •  the impacts of COVID-19 on the arts, entertainment and media industries •  the impact of government measures to address the health risks associated with COVID-19 •  government measures implemented to sustain incomes and employment through the health crisis •  steps MEAA considers critical to rescuing the ...
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ARTK submission on the Model Defamation Provisions

Australia’s Right to Know (ARTK) coalition of media organisations (included MEAA) submission to the Council of Attorneys-General Defamation Work Party regarding the Consultation Draft (Consultation Draft) of the Model Defamation Amendment Provisions (Draft Provisions). "We reiterate here that we cannot accept dilly-dallying with less than optimally functioning defamation law in ...
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ARTK submission on the remaining recommendations of Victoria’s Vincent Open Courts review

Australia’s Right to Know coalition of media organisations', including MEAA, submission to the Vincent Open Courts Act Review – remaining legislative recommendations implementation options Consultation Paper (the Paper). This submission follows theoriginal submission to the Vincent Review of the Open Courts Act (Vic). "We believe it is important to reiterate ...
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