Indigenous and community media

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Submission

First Nations Media Australia submission to the Inquiry into pathways and participation opportunities for Indigenous Australians in employment and business

This submission provides an overview of existing employment opportunities and career development pathways available within the dedicated First Nations media industry.
Submission

The future delivery of radio services in Australia

This submission responds to the ACMA’s Future Delivery of Radio in Australia Issues Paper, published in April 2019. It considers the regulatory framework which underpins Indigenous broadcasting in Australia and the drivers and impact of changing audience needs.
Submission

Protection of Indigenous knowledge in the intellectual property system: consultation paper

This submission responds to Intellectual Property Australia’s Protection of Indigenous Knowledge in the Intellectual Property System consultation paper, published in September 2018.
Strategy

Strong voices, stronger communities

This plan lays out practical ways to execute the strategy detailed in Strong Voices, Stronger Communities: First Nations Media Employment and Skills Development Strategy, April 2019 (ESD). The aim of the plan is to double the employment of First Nations people in the sector within...
Strategy

Strong Voices Stronger Communities: First Nations media employment and skills development strategy

Jumbunna Institute engaged with First Nations media organisations in very remote, regional and urban communities across Australia to identify employment and skills development initiatives which builds capacity within the Australian First Nations Broadcasting and Media Sector, and achieve the Government’s 90% Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
Conference paper

Garma Festival 2016 report

2016 Garma Festival Theme: The Land is our Backbone - 40th Anniversary of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act. This year's Garma Festival made some important progress on a number of issues which go to the heart of Indigenous well-being.
Conference paper

Garma Festival 2017 report

The 2017 Garma Festival placed a high value on education, with a bold vision to weave a national Indigenous education curriculum into the mainstream Western syllabus. The grounds of the bunggul again were an interesting place to watch and learn what that may look like...
Conference paper

Maintaining relevance: Cultural diversity and the case for Public Service Broadcasting

SBS has been the subject of some heated debates about funding models, commercial activity, perceived 'populism' and the continued relevance of publicly funded media. These debates and challenges are not unique to SBS or to Australia. Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) in many contexts is facing...
Conference paper

Community participation in the development of digital radio: the Australian experience

This paper filters recent developments in digital radio policy and implementation through the perspectives of community radio stakeholders, obtained through interviews, to describe and analyse these constraints.
Conference paper

Transnational media and citizenship: Arabic language television in Europe

Globalization is transforming the political landscape and public discourse in both international legal terms and in terms of transnational media. Satellite, digital and cable delivery have challenged national boundaries. This paper deals with one aspect of the European transnational public sphere: the Arabic language media...