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Media international Australia
Bib ID 962401
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Description North Ryde, N.S.W. : Australian Film Television & Radio School, c1995-1997 
v. ; 25 cm. 
ISSN 1324-5325 
Summary

Media International Australia publishes new scholarly and applied research on the media, telecommunications, and the cultural industries, and the policy regimes within which they operate. Broadly inclusive and interdisciplinary, the journal publishes the writing of history, theory and analysis, commentary and debate. While its primary focus is Australia, the journal also aims to provide an international perspective. MIA was founded by Professor Henry Mayer in 1976. It was published by the Australian Film, Television and Radio School until 1997, when it moved to the Centre for Cultural and Media Policy at Griffith University. At that time, it was merged with the Centre's journal, Culture and Policy, and continued it's numbering.

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Each issue has also a distinctive title.

Title from cover.

Selective full text available in an electronic version through Australian Public Affairs - Full Text at https://search.informit.com.au/search;res=APAFT/

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Life Dates No 77 (Aug. 1995)- no. 85 (Nov. 1997) 
Later Title

Media international Australia, incorporating culture & policy 1329-878X

Former Title

Media information Australia 0312-9616

Culture and policy 1033-8713

Subjects Mass media -- Social aspects -- Periodicals.  |  Mass media -- Australia -- Periodicals.  |  Communication -- Australia -- Periodicals.  |  Communications.  |  Media - Print media.  |  Media - Theory and criticism.  |  Culture.  |  Media.  |  Media - Broadcast media.  |  Media - Film.  |  Australia -- Cultural policy -- Periodicals.  |  Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian Film, Television and Radio School
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    Collect from: Main Reading Room
    Call Number: NL 301.160994 MED
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: no. 78-85 (1995:Nov. - 1997:Nov.)
     
    Collect from: Main Reading Room
    Call Number: N 301.160994 MED
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: no. 77-85 (1995:Aug. - 1997:Nov.)
     
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    Call Number: N 301.160994 MED (N2)
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: no. 77 (1995:Aug.)
    no. 79-85 (1996:Feb. - 1997:Nov.)
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    N 301.160994 MED Main Reading Room
    N 301.160994 MED (N2) Main Reading Room

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