Being based in Queensland, I can’t say that I pay a lot of attention to Victorian state politics. Its a bit like the AFL – I have some background knowledge because of the noise that’s around, but I can’t claim to follow it closely.
As a result, I don’t know much about the Victorian opposition leader, Daniel Andrews. I did, however, see him on today’s Insiders program, and would have to say that I was impressed.
Andrews was on with
My summary paper of the ALRC National Classification Review, titled “Media Classification: Content Regulation and the Challenge of Convergent Media“, has now been published by Media International Australia.
The abstract is below:
This article outlines the key recommendations of the Australian Law Reform Commission’s review of the National Classification Scheme, as outlined in its report Classification – Content Regulation and Convergent Media (ALRC, 2012). It identifies key contextual factors that underpin the need for reform of media classification laws and policies,
My presentation to the Journalism and Media Research Centre at the University of New South Wales can be accessed below. The paper, which has recently been published in Media International Australia (Issue No. 143) can be downloaded