The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, is appalled at the revelation an Australian Federal Police officer has been able to access a journalist’s telecommunications data without being granted the necessary Journalists Information Warrant.
MEAA has campaigned strongly against the ability of government agencies to access journalists’ and media companies’ telecommunications data in ...
Pursuant to the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009, MEAA has made arrangements via the Fair Work Commission with the Australian Electoral Commission for elections to be conducted for the Federal Officers, Board Members, Federal Council, and the National Stunt Committee.
Shona Treadgold is a technical manager at Crown Perth Theatre she gives MEAA an insight into how the theatre runs from where she sits, some of her most treasured working moments and tips on how to make an impression at work.
This resolution was carried unanimously by News Corp editorial staff in Brisbane at a meeting today:
“This meeting of editorial employees in Brisbane moves a Vote of No Confidence in senior national News Corp management.
Yesterday (April 11) staff were told there would be a restructure of the business, including photography and production, that would result in significant numbers of staff being made redundant.
An Australian play exploring the experience of female Greek immigrants has resonated with audiences of all backgrounds. MEAA Equity member Maria Mercedes, who plays one of the women, explains why she believes the work has universal appeal.
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