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20 November 2017
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ABS Survey Now Due

The Australian Bureau of Statistics is currently surveying the film, television and video production and post-production, digital and visual effects industry. If you have received a form, please take the time to complete and return to the ABS as soon as possible.

The survey offers the chance for extensive data across film, television, video production services in Australia. Findings from the survey will provide an extremely timely industry benchmark from which to chart growth, now and into the future, following the new funding initiatives announced in this year's Federal Budget.

The Film, Television and Video Production and Post-Production, Digital and Visual Effects Services 2006-07 survey will report on production levels, income, employment numbers and profitability. Last conducted in 2002-03, the survey has been expanded following consultation with the Australian Film Commission (AFC), film agencies and the wider industry to provide greater detail on post-production, digital and visual effects.

For assistance with completing the questionnaire, please call the ABS on
1800 110 791.

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