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Australian Television Commercial Production Companies Survey
January 2001

Results of the Australian Film Commission's survey of Australian television commercial production companies in 2001.

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Australian Television Commercial (TVC) Production Companies Survey, January 2001 (50 Kb)

Broadcast in Colour: Cultural Diversity and Television Programming in Four Countries
October 2002

Harvey May
Screen Industry, Culture and Policy Research Series
A report examining the casting practices in four countries: Australia, the UK, the US and New Zealand. The report also features an analysis of cultural diversity in Australian commercial television drama.

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Broadcast in Colour: Cultural Diversity and Television Programming in Four Countries, October 2002 (277 Kb)

Changing Standards for Australian Content on TV
April 2002

Edited by Kirsten Harley
Proceedings of a workshop hosted by Network Insight, the Australian Film Commission and Allens Arthur Robinson to respond to the Australian Broadcasting Authority's Review of Australian content on commercial free-to-air television.

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Changing Standards for Australian Content (40 Kb)

Get The Picture
Essential Data on Australian Film, Television, Video and Interactive Media
A collection of key data and commentary on the Australian film, TV, video and interactive media industries. An invaluable resource for investors, analysts, academics and the industry both in Australia and overseas.
Get the Picture is now published and regularly updated online; see www.screenaustralia.gov.au/gtp.

Production of TV Commercials in Australia: Key Survey Findings
August 2005

Presents key results from the 2004 survey of the commercial television production activity of 107 independent Australian production companies.

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Production of TV Commercials in Australia: Key Survey Findings (1017 Kb)

Review of Digital Television Format Standards (High Definition Television)
August 1999

8 A4 pages.

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Review of Digital Television Format Standards (High Definition Television), AFC Submission, August 1999 (153 Kb)

Shared Visions: Women in Television
December 1999

Edited by Annette Blonski
A collection of interviews, essays, and personal anecdotes celebrating the contribution that women have made to both the Australian and international television industry.
136 A4 pages

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Shared Visions (668 Kb)

Tuned into Leadership - women and television
October 2004

Containing practical advice and stories from leaders and aspiring leaders across the country, this booklet aims to provide you with the tools to develop your own unique leadership style.
52 A4 pages

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Tuned Into Leadership - women and television (531 Kb)

Visions of Balance: Juggling Family with Work in Television
December 2001

Is aimed at women and men working at all levels of the television industry who are juggling the often competing demands of work and family responsibilities. It includes case studies from the industry, as well as helpful hints and television industry resources.
Visions of Balance is a publication from the Women Working in Television Project, a partnership project across the five major (free-to-air) television networks, Commercial Television Australia (CTA) (previously known as Federation of Australian Commercial Television Stations or FACTS), the Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) and the Australian Film Commission.
40 A4 pages

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Visions of Balance: Juggling Family with Work in Television (291 Kb)

Working Networks: A Practical Guide to Networking in Television
December 2002

Contains practical advice and hints as well as stories about networking from women in television.

Working Networks is a publication from the Women Working in Television Project, a partnership project across the five major (free-to-air) television networks, Commercial Television Australia (CTA) (previously known as the Federation of Australian Commercial Television Stations or FACTS), the Screen Producers Association of Australia (SPAA) and the Australian Film Commission.

28 A4 pages

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Working Networks: A Practical Guide to Networking in Television (204 Kb)

 
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