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FORGET media diversity in the fast broadband world. The new model for local media is top-down and centrally controlled.
While community media was largely ignored in the 2009–10 Federal Budget, the ABC reaped $15.3 million to begin providing “regional broadband hubs.” The money will...
What does the "creative economy" mean in China and how might it be developed, asks MICHAEL KEANE
VIEWERS of the Beijing Olympic Games opening ceremony on the evening of 8 August 2008 witnessed the most impressively coordinated launch of any major global event. Superbly...
Everyone agrees that museums are important. But they were neglected in the election policies of the major parties in the lead up to last year's federal election.
In the Council of Australasian Museum Directors annual survey of major museums. It was found that:...
The government is giving with one hand and taking with the other, writes Ellie Rennie
IF YOU happen to have wandered into the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI, in Melbourne) over the past few months you will have seen an exhibition...
Too many of Australia's policy settings overlook the potential of the humanities, arts and social sciences to contribute to the national economy and well-being writes STUART CUNNINGHAM.
THE idea of an innovation system is that there is something systematic about it. My worry...
THE way researchers remain largely in disciplinary silos is a discouraging factor to anyone needing to work with colleagues in other disciplines, especially when one party is a scientist and the other from the social sciences or humanities. The Council for Humanities, Arts and Social...