Latest Media, Entertainment and Arts Alliance News

News Corp cuts are a massive blow to communities – MEAA
No charges but laws that criminalise journalism remain – MEAA
MEAA seeks answers on government support claims
Government must revisit JobKeeper debacle in arts and entertainment
Government needs to back up its claims about support to arts and entertainment workers
New spy Bill threatens press freedom – MEAA
Race still wide open in Great Australian Binge
Sydney orchestra agreement shows value of co-operation during COVID crisis
Victorian government shows way – feds and other states should follow
Income support crisis continues for performers and crew
NSW Government must step in to save Carriageworks
Callous treatment by Bauer – MEAA
World Press Freedom Day 2020: reforms needed to reverse criminalisation of journalism
War on Journalism: MEAA Report into State of Press Freedom in Australia in 2020
Australia’s slump in press freedom standing shows need for reforms – MEAA
Making Facebook and Google pay for media content a welcome step forward, says MEAA
Content options paper a starting point for debate about future of screen sector
Regional media offered coronavirus lifeline but long-term survival still needs help
MEAA welcomes quashing of raid warrant
ACM management must consult with union and staff before making cuts
Federal Government goes missing in action on income support for arts and entertainment workers
Government must broaden JobKeeper to include all freelancers and casuals
Support for regional media is nowhere near enough – MEAA
JobKeeper subsidy must apply to all freelancers
Employers in arts, entertainment and media need to re-hire stood down workforce
Unlock regional publishers funds now to keep newspapers alive
MEAA condemns regional newspaper closures
Assistance to businesses must keep arts workforce in work, not push them onto welfare
Arts and entertainment sectors ignored by coronavirus stimulus package
Performing arts, screen and media need to keep workers on payroll
Governments must bring forward performing arts funding now
MEAA releases new ethics guidelines to help journalists reporting on hate speech and extremism
Live performance and entertainment sector needs special help to cope with coronavirus impact
News and Nine have questions to answer on closure of AAP
Closing AAP Newswire is irresponsible; government must act to rein in digital giants
Statement by AAP House Committee
New content rules should not come at cost of children’s and Australian stories
ABC warrant case shows system is broken
Federal Government needs to stand up for Australian kids and our stories
MEAA concerned at China’s expulsion of foreign correspondents
MEAA disappointed at ABC raid decision
Address by Simon Collins to 2020 Federal Council in Sydney
Hike in secret access to journalists’ data
Reporting on Australian bushfires
MEAA – Journalists cannot and will not reveal their sources
Government gives up on tackling Google and Facebook
Axing of Arts Department a fresh blow for struggling sector
MEAA chief executive Paul Murphy’s speech to 2019 Walkley Awards