MEAA says plans to slash as many as 36 editorial staff at The West Australian and The Sunday Times will mean that Western Australians will lose dedicated editorial coverage of vital community issues. MEAA says the job losses are the inevitable result of the merger of the two businesses.
Among the journalists who are departing are the state political editor and ...
The Morrison Government’s decision to extend tax offsets to streaming video services is another missed opportunity to require those platforms to invest in Australian content.
MEAA Member Central (1300 65 65 13) will be closed over the Easter long weekend and will re-open, Tuesday, April 23, 8:30am AEST.
On Thursday April 11, 2019 WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange was arrested by police in London.
MEAA has written to the British and Australian governments urging them to oppose the extradition to the United States of Wikileaks’ founder and publisher Julian Assange.
With the federal election less than two months away, MEAA – along with the rest of the Make It Australian campaign – has written to the major parties seeking their support for Australian stories on screen.