Lauren Jackson retires from stellar career in basketball

April 4, 2016 #MEAACrew #MEAAECS #MEAASport
Lauren Jackson is a true legend of the game. She has had a great career and has been a fantastic role model and representative for basketball. I look forward to Lauren continuing her work with the Australian Basketballers’ Association as women’s basketball president, advocating for better pay and conditions for our players. – Jacob Holmes


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Spotlight on Sarah Black

April 4, 2016 #MEAACrew #MEAAECS

What’s it like to work in the sound department at Australia’s most iconic building? Sarah Black, sound AV supervisor at the Sydney Opera House, speaks to MEAA about being privy to private performances with some of the world’s top artists, sound checking The Drones, and why she’s a proud MEAA member.

In an election year, we want people to #vote4pressfreedom

April 3, 2016 #MEAAMedia #pressfreedom

It goes without saying that in an open democracy, a robust free press is essential.

MEAA condemns Fairfax cuts to Canberra

March 31, 2016 #MEAAMedia MediaRoom News

The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, condemns the latest cuts announced by the Fairfax Australian Community Media (ACM) division to the 90-year-old Canberra Times.

MEAA understands that 12.6 full-time equivalent positions, including 10 from editorial, are proposed to be cut. The number of photographers will be halved. The remaining journalists will be expected ...

Yes, Greg Hywood, let’s talk about quality journalism

March 29, 2016 #MEAAMedia Campaigns

The House Committees of MEAA Media members at Fairfax Media have written to the company’s CEO Greg Hywood, seeking a conversation about quality journalism.