The new services industry model: Implications for audio-visual media
Funding: 2002: $17,000
Project Member(s): Jacka, E.
Funding or Partner Organisation: Australian Research Council (ARC Discovery Projects)
Start year: 2002
Summary: This project examines important current changes in the understanding of audio-visual media. Governments, academics, industry players and international organisations have developed a new 'services industry model' to map future directions and policies for audio-visual industries. However little attention has been given to how this model may apply to the complex cultural and social role of audio-visual media. This project aims to fill this gap through a series of substantial publications on four key problems: the conversion to digital transmission platforms; public broadcasting and its future role; international policy dynamics, and the re-evaluation of longstanding domestic social and cultural policy objectives.
Keywords: JOURNALISM, COMMUNICATION, MEDIA
FOR Codes: Communication and Media Studies, Film and Video, Policy and Administration not elsewhere classified, The media, The creative arts, Government and politics not elsewhere classified, The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft), Film and Television, Communication Studies, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy