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Tag Archives: Kim Williams
As someone who has spent my life running organisations that take risks, invest billions and innovate to provide the best of local and international content to Australian consumers, reading the Productivity Commission’s draft report into our intellectual property arrangements was … Continue reading
I regret to report there are forces at work in this country out to destroy public broadcasting… the ABC and SBS. But the fight to protect and enhance a more dynamic public broadcasting sector has just begun. Tomorrow in The … Continue reading
Policy Series I have been giving presentations recently in which I have exhorted the creative community to accept responsibility for: – Writing refreshed meaningful arts policies for federal political parties to inform a renewed approach for support and activity; Forming … Continue reading