Greg Hearn

Journal article

Next generation 'filmmaking': new markets, new methods and new business models

The aim of this article is to scope and discuss three key aspects of next-generation filmmaking: digital trends in film distribution and marketing; processes and strategies of ‘next-generation’ filmmakers; and case studies of viable next-generation business models and filmmaking practices.

Research and innovation systems in the production of digital content

This 2003 report on the nature of R&D and innovation within the creative and content industries has been a key document in the development of theories around creative industries in Australia. It has now been added to the APO archive. The nature of R&D and...

Brisbane's creative industries 2003

This report, a project commissioned by the Brisbane City Council defines creative industries, building on sectors outlined by the UK Creative Industries Task Force, and the Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications produced by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It uses secondary data to outline Brisbane's...
Conference paper

Can the participatory evaluation of new communication technology initiatives assist in building sustainable and inclusive rural communities?

This presentation first addresses the role of new communication and information technologies (C and ITs) in building sustainable and inclusive rural communities; factors in community adoption and use of C and IT initiatives; the role of participatory planning and evaluation in making C and IT...