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The Future of Australian Content (Part II): What Reforms Can We Expect?
October 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm$65.00 – $95.00
A Discussion on the Status of Media Regulation Reforms in Australia
Having explored ‘The Future of Australian Content on Our Screens’ in 2020 with Fiona Cameron, Bridget Fair and Emile Sherman (seminar available online for CAMLA members), we will now engage in discussions with Paul Muller (CEO of ANZSA), Jane Mulligan (Director of Policy at SPA) and Clare Gill (Chief Regulatory and Sustainability Officer, Seven West Media), hosted by CAMLA’s own Nick Perkins (Ashurst), to explore the current status of media regulation reforms in the context of:
- the current media regulatory landscape (with a focus on implications for Australian content);
- major reform proposals announced in 2023, including the National Cultural Policy;
- reviewing the positions of major stakeholders in the screen sector; and
- insights into what we can expect in 2024 and beyond.
Tuesday 10 October | 6-7pm followed by networking drinks
Chatham House Rules apply
Location: Ashurst, Level 9, 5 Martin Place, Sydney NSW 2000.
$65 for CAMLA members | $95 for non-members
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Paul Muller is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australia New Zealand Screen Association (ANZSA), an organization established to promote and protect the interests of the MPA’s member companies as well as those of Australia and New Zealand’s screen communities. Paul was the Executive Chairman (Consultant) for the Australian Screen Association Limited (ASA) in 2016 providing the MPA’s Regional President and Managing Director logistical and technical support to ensure the effective implementation of ASA’s strategic initiatives and from 2017 took on the full-time Chief Executive Officer role for the Australian Screen Association. In November 2018 Paul added responsibility for New Zealand to his remit and the organization was rebranded as the Australia New Zealand Screen Association Limited (ANZSA). Prior to joining the ANZSA, Paul has been a successful senior commercial executive in the entertainment industry. During the past 10 years, Paul was Vice President & Managing Director for Paramount Home Media Distribution in Australia, and prior to that he held Marketing and Sales Director roles at EMI Music and Universal Music respectively in his country of birth, the Netherlands. Prior to that Paul worked for Procter & Gamble and completed Master Degree’s in Business Administration and Civil Engineering.
Jane Mulligan is the Director of Policy at Screen Producers Australia and has been in that role since March last year. Jane works closely with SPA CEO Matt Deaner to advance the interests of SPA members through engagement with governments and other industry stakeholders. Jane has previously worked at senior levels of government for Ministers and Shadow Ministers as well as a Senior Government Lawyer in the Department of Education and in other government agencies across a range of policy areas, including communications matters.
Clare Gill is an experienced and highly qualified executive with over 30 years’ experience in the innovation, technology, media, telecommunications, agriculture and infrastructure sectors. Her experience spans multiple functions from regulatory, sustainability, marketing, communications, brand management, public relations, government relations, investor relations, and corporate affairs. Clare is the Chief Regulatory and Sustainability Officer at Seven West Media. Prior to this she was Group Director, Regulatory Affairs and Spectrum Strategy, for the Nine Entertainment. For over four years she was Head of Government and Corporate Affairs for SingTel Optus and has held executive positions at Ericsson and SunRice. Clare is also a non-executive director for the Digital Finance Cooperative Centre.Clare holds a Bachelor of Arts from La Trobe University, a Master of Arts from Monash University and postgraduate qualifications in Commerce from the University of Sydney and in Media and Communications from Monash University.
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