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21 September 2017
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In this issue we feature an interview with participants in the AFC's recent IndiVision Project Lab. We also highlight developments in support for the production of new Australian content for the rapidly expanding broadband market, launch a new online service, MusicAustralia, with the National Library of Australia, and host a reception at Parliament House in Canberra with Jack Thompson, Alex Dimitriades, Wayne Blair and Khoa Do.

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