Media policy: Responding to rapid change

Panellists: Franco Papandrea (News & Media Research Centre), Rod Tiffen (University of Sydney), Richard Windeyer (Department of Communications & the Arts), Derek Wilding (University of Technology Sydney). Abstract: The current media policy and regulatory regime of strict control of entry to the industry and licensing of individual operators to supply specifically defined services over distinct … Continue reading Media policy: Responding to rapid change

Measuring influence in a disrupted media sector

Panellists: Richard Bean (ACMA), Tom Burton (The Mandarin), Bridget Fair (Seven West Media), Peter Leonard (Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers), David Levy (Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism), Ishtar Vij (Google Australia and  New Zealand). Abstract: ‘Influence’ may be described as the power to shape public opinion and cultural identity. For many years ‘influence’ has been … Continue reading Measuring influence in a disrupted media sector