Latest Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance News

There’s No Industry Without Musicians
Time For Cultural Workers To Be Recognised And Valued
World Press Freedom Day 2024: Another Year Wasted
MEAA submission to the Senate Economics Legislation Committee – Location Offset
Five years is too long: Albanese government must call on the US to drop Assange charges
Insecure work and poor pay forces musicians to hang up their instruments: new survey
Statement On Censorship Of ABC Journalism In India
Dropping Charges Only Clear Path To Freedom For Assange
MEAA submission to the review of national security legislation – March 2024
Government Must Act To Force Meta To Pay For Journalism
Global journalist unions call for US government to free Assange
Charges against Assange must be dropped
New chair must restore ABC’s reputation for independence
ABC staff ‘have lost confidence’ in managing director
ABC should back its employees when they are under attack
Karen Percy speech to 2023 Walkley Awards
Theatre performers to enlist audiences in call for a real pay rise
Role of journalists must be safeguarded in Gaza conflict
MEAA welcomes return to Australia of journalist Cheng Lei
Restoration of government funding a great result for the NSW screen industry
Pezzullo reports are symptomatic of widespread attacks on press freedom in Australia
Screen workers to launch campaign following cuts to funding
NSW screen cuts will damage jobs, business and economy
NSW government must outline a credible future strategy for the screen industry
Creative Workplaces will help to deliver safe and fair jobs in the arts and entertainment sectors
Dancers vote no to pay cut at Australian Ballet
Australian actors and crew in solidarity with US strike
Ballet dancers to delay performance in campaign to protect their future pay
ABC arts cuts disrespectful to arts workers and audiences
Australian Ballet dancers take industrial action in ongoing pay dispute
Union members vote in favour of industrial action at Sovereign Hill
MEAA welcomes Ben Roberts-Smith defamation judgement
2021 Clarion Awards Review
Creative Australia heralds new era of Govt support: MEAA
MEAA will not tolerate racist abuse
Higher location offset will be a game changer for screen industry, says MEAA
World Press Freedom Day 2023: Australia going backwards on press freedom
Caution and consultation needed as AI is rolled out in media and entertainment
ABC journalists call off strike
MEAA submission to the Senate inquiry into the National Cultural Policy
ABC staff postpone planned stoppage
ABC staff vote to take industrial action if management doesn’t improve offer
Address by MEAA Federal President Simon Collins to 2023 Federal Council
National Cultural Policy is big step forward for sector
Submission to Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade inquiry into human rights implications of recent violence in Iran
Australian television news and current affairs’ racial and cultural diversity report card is fail
MEAA concerned by rise of online abuse and disinformation
Budget begins to deliver on election commitments to cultural workforce