May 7, 2014
The who’s who of Australia’s media gathered at Sydney Harbour on May 2 to attend the Press Freedom Australia Media Dinner to honour UNESCO World Press Freedom Day and fundraise for colleagues in need in the Asia Pacific. ABC senior journalist Philippa McDonald hosted the event.
Multi Walkley Award-winning investigative journalists Richard Baker and Nick McKenzie, of Fairfax Media, presented a ...
May 6, 2014 #MEAAMedia #womeninmedia
Walkley Award-winning ABC television journalist and social commentator, Caroline Jones AO, is on her way to Queensland to launch the national Women in Media network in Brisbane and FNQ in May.
Women in Media, growing rapidly across Australia, connects women in the media industry with networking opportunities and discussion as well as valuable mentoring opportunities to advance their careers.
Queensland events will ...
April 24, 2014 #MEAACrew
MEAA, the union that represents film and TV workers in Australia, expresses its support for UK freelance grips in their campaign for fair wages and conditions.
While negotiations are in a deadlock, UK employers have started to bring in grips from outside the UK to employ them for much lower conditions.
UK union BECTU and its grip members are calling for solidarity ...
April 15, 2014 #MEAAEquity
If every cast member of a film, TV show or live production is an Equity member we have the best chance of improving pay and conditions.
Producers might be able to say no to one performer but they can’t ignore the entire cast! Being “100% Equity” matters.
View our 100% Equity cast photos here.
If your cast is 100% we ...
April 8, 2014 #MEAAEquity
A huge congratulations to Equity member Samuel Johnson who has raised more than $1million for breast cancer research – and set a new Guinness World Record for the longest distance travelled on a unicycle!
In February Johnson arrived home in Melbourne after a yearlong ride around Australia, inspired by his sister Connie who is fighting breast cancer.
“Connie has fought cancer three ...