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Alliance 2015 Elections

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More than 70 jobs under threat at iconic Sydney arts venue

allianceMore than 70 workers who bring productions to life at the City Recital Hall Angel Place could lose their jobs as a result of a proposal before Sydney City Council.


MEAA gets TV commercial producers to the bargaining table

allianceTV commercial producers will negotiate crew rates and conditions with the Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) after initially trying to bypass the bargaining process and introduce an agreement that lowered rates and conditions.  


It’s time to get real on rates

sm techsCrew rates have stagnated for the last 10 years. It’s getting harder and harder to keep up with the cost of living and stay in the industry.


MEAA Screen Committee for film and TV drama

sm techs43 MEAA members have put up their hand to represent their departments on MEAA’s state Screen Committees.


TVC standards for crew: Get together to have your say

sm techsCommercial Producers Council (CPC) has proposed to set out standard rates for crew working on TVCs. MEAA will hold department meetings to outline their proposal, hear member and non-member concerns and to discuss a plan of action moving forward.


Broadcast technicians take the fight for Australian jobs to Canberra

sm techsLeading Australian screen technicians met with Brendan O’Connor, Shadow Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations, yesterday to discuss the impact of allowing an employer to import hundreds of foreign crew to broadcast the ICC Cricket World Cup.