MEAA’s National Industrial Team recovered more than $1 million for members members in the last financial year.
Leading Australian actors, directors, crew, writers and producers are in Canberra today and tomorrow in a united push to convince Parliament to introduce local content requirements for booming digital viewing platforms.
During a recent visit to Australia, Jennifer Robinson, legal adviser to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, sat down with MEAA to explain the implications for all journalists of the US government indictment against Assange, and why it is important for MEAA members to campaign against his extradition on press freedom grounds.
MEAA Media member Beth Patch has been named the Victorian Trades Hall Council’s union delegate of the year.
Currently there are no industry-wide guidelines for scenes that involve nudity, semi nudity, intimacy, simulated sexual activity and sexual violence. It’s time for that to change.