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This research study investigates how Pacific Peoples of New Zealand perceive and interpret their cultural identity through targeted television health messages and advertising. These health messages which portray Pacific Peoples are sponsored by the New Zealand Government and Non-Government Organisations (NGOs). A brief review of...
The objective of this review of Australian and children’s screen content is to provide policy options to government on the most effective support mechanisms for the Australian screen production sector.
The Drama Report 2015/16 covers the production of feature films and TV drama programs (mini-series, telemovies and series/serials) by financial year.
It reports on the operation of the Producer Offset tax rebate for domestic Australian projects and official co-productions, incorporating data gathered through surveys...
The Fraser government commissioned this inquiry in 1979, as the national broadcaster approached its 50th anniversary. The inquiry was chaired by Alex Dix and came to be known as "the Dix inquiry".
The inquiry found that:
The ABC is now nearly 50...
This paper presents an overview of Australia's principal public broadcaster, the ABC, with reference to its origins, current composition and functions and its vision for a viable future within a changing media environment. The paper also makes reference to some of the controversies which have...
I would like to make the right decisions when it comes to media distribution and use, but some things just don't add up.
Choice + Media. When we put these two concepts together we usually think of channel surfing, search engines and program guides....
Television is heading into a post-broadcast phase of interactive innovation and do-it-yourself production, brought on by the coming-of-age of the Internet, which combines individual creative content and global scale in a way that was hardly thinkable in the broadcast era.
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...
Prepared for the Australian Broadcasting Authority by Ben Goldsmith, Julian Thomas, Tom O'Regan and Stuart Cunningham, The Future for Local Content: Options for Emerging Technologies considers the cultural and social objectives of media policy in the context of technological change - including the transition to...
Using Gillian Flynn's 2012 novel Gone Girl as a starting point, this paper explores the nexus between law and media by analysing how three television series about law self-reflexively explore the media saturation of legal practice.