Spotlight on Chris Webb

October 30, 2016 #MEAACrew #MEAAECS

Chris Webb is an assistant director and proud MEAA member. Chris started his career at the ABC where he worked his way up to being an assistant director and once he was given the opportunity to work on Peter Weir’s The Year of Living Dangerously, he became a freelancer. Chris chats to us about is role, career highlights, and why ...

Child Safety Code of Conduct – Have your say

October 27, 2016 #MEAAEquity

The Screen Producers Association and MEAA Equity are in discussions to develop a Child Safety Code of Conduct.

Spotlight on Robertto Karas

October 24, 2016 #MEAACrew #MEAAECS
Robertto Karas is a gaffer and proud MEAA member. He chats to MEAA about some of his career highlights so far, why he decided to get involved in the Get Real on Rates campaign and how working on short films lead him to working on Shine, which was his first feature.

How investigative journalists are using social media

October 18, 2016 #MEAAMedia Featured News

Social media has revolutionised how we communicate. By Andrea Carson for The Conversation*.

12 months on, metadata concerns unabated

October 13, 2016 #MEAAMedia #pressfreedom Featured MediaRoom News Other statements

Twelve months since the commencement of Australia’s metadata retention regime, MEAA remains concerned that the powers granted to government agencies to secretly investigate and monitor journalists’ metadata to identify sources is a serious threat to press freedom.