Sinopse

CommsCast is brought to you by the Australian Government Department of Communications and the Arts. The podcast explores the latest issues across the Departments portfolio and broader communications sector from emerging technologies, key policy areas and program delivery issues.

Episódios

  • PMLA 2018 - Young Adult - This Is My Song - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Young Adult - This Is My Song - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 18s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • PMLA 2018 - Poetry - Blindness And Rage - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Poetry - Blindness And Rage - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 21s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • PMLA 2018 - Non - Fiction - Asias Reckoning - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Non - Fiction - Asia's Reckoning - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 14s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • PMLA 2018 - Fiction - Border Districts - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Fiction - Border Districts - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 13s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • PMLA 2018 - Children’s Literature - Pea Pod Lullaby - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Children’s Literature - Pea Pod Lullaby - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 13s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • PMLA 2018 - Australian History - John Curtains War - Audio Grab

    PMLA 2018 - Australian History - John Curtains War - Audio Grab

    17/05/2019 Duração: 16s

    Audio grabs from the PMLA 2018 winners

  • Commscast - Episode 2

    Commscast - Episode 2

    16/01/2017 Duração: 16min

    In this episode we speak to the Director of the Classification Board, Lesley O'Brien, about all things classification including the process of classifying content, new innovations in the classification space and the importance of consumer advice.

  • Commscast - Episode 1

    Commscast - Episode 1

    24/12/2015 Duração: 30min

    In this episode we speak to the Children’s eSafety Commissioner, Alastair MacGibbon, about serious cyberbullying and what can be done about it. We also speak to Hugh Clapin from the ACMA on media and communications consumption in Australia. Finally, Dr Paul Paterson from the Bureau of Communications Research gives us an insight into their work and what’s next on their radar.

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