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30 April 2017
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ABS Survey Now Due
Monday 15 October 2007

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Draft Indigenous filming protocols released for industry feedback
Published in AFC News September 2006.

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Heather Croall's AFC Research Fellowship into cross-platform documentary production took her as far afield as Canada, the USA and the UK.
Published in AFC News July 2006.

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In May 2006 cinematographer Vincent Monton visited the National Association of Broadcasters in Las Vegas, as a supplement to his 2005 AFC Fellowship for digital production and projection.
Published in AFC News July 2006.

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The Digital Content Industry Action Agenda report March 2006
The Digital Content Industry Action Agenda report Unlocking the Potential - an Action Agenda for Australia's digital content industry .

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Lounge Critic - a couch potato’s guide to cult TV
Published by ACMI, this book provides an accessible and unique commentary on some of the most treasured TV programs from Australia, the UK and US including Buffy, The Sopranos, Twin Peaks and Kath and Kim.

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Hands On, a guide to film, TV and new media technology
Written by Marcus Gillezeau, this book is for established practitioners, emerging practitioners and students who wish to better understand the professional and technical requirements of production and delivery.