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1 Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Services Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : R 2014; (p. 416)
1 Remote Commercial Television Service Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : R 2014; (p. 416)
1 National Indigenous Radio Service Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : N 2014; (p. 292)
1 National Indigenous News Service Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : N 2014; (p. 291-292)
1 Indigenous Broadcasting Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : I 2014; (p. 214-215)
1 Community Radio Susan Forde , Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : C 2014; (p. 110-112)
1 Broadcasting for Remote Aboriginal Committees Scheme Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : B 2014; (p. 73-74)
1 Australian Indigenous Communications Association Michael Meadows , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : A 2014; (p. 56)
1 y separately published work icon Developing Dialogues : Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia Michael Meadows , Susan Forde , Kerrie Foxwell , Bristol : Intellect , 2010 10620013 2010 multi chapter work criticism

'The audience-producer boundary has collapsed in indigenous and ethnic community broadcasting, and this is the first comprehensive study globally to chart the rise of its new relationship.

'Based on studies of radio and television audiences in Australia, the authors argue that community radio and television worldwide represents an essential service for indigenous and ethnic audiences, empowering them at various levels, fostering ‘active citizenry’ and enhancing the processes of democracy. The authors, former journalists, spent months on the road, travelling tens of thousands of kilometers from urban centres to the most remote regions of the Central Desert to ask why they engage with and adapt local broadcast media. They draw on two decades of primary research material taken from face-to-face interviews and focus-group discussions with audiences. Consequently, Developing Dialogues offers international researchers a new social, cultural and historical perspective on the emergence of the unique Australian community broadcasting sector within the context of other global trends. It will appeal to scholars of media and cultural studies, as well as to industry practitioners and policy makers.' (Publication summary)

1 Close to the Edge : Imagining Climbing in Southeast Queensland Michael Meadows , Robert Thomson , Wendy Stewart , 2000 single work essay
— Appears in: Queensland Review , October vol. 7 no. 2 2000; (p. 67-83)
In 1992, the Climbing World Finals event in Birmingham attracted around 5,000 spectators to watch 24 males and 16 females compete in two separate competitions for prize money. In this entertainment spectacular, super-fit young athletes climbed walls using artificial hand and footholds, racing against the clock to determine who would claim the title of the world's 'best' climber. In the same year, climbing appeared as a demonstration sport at the Albertville Winter Olympics. And also in the same year, the first indoor climbing gymnasium in Australia opened its climbing wall. There are now around 80 operating around the country under the auspices of the Australian Indoor Climbing Gyms Association Incorporated.
1 A 10-Point Plan and a Treaty : Images of Indigenous People in the Press in Australia and Canada Michael Meadows , 1999 single work essay
— Appears in: Queensland Review , May vol. 6 no. 1 1999; (p. 50-76)
'The last decade ofthe twentieth century has seen some highly significant symbolic advances for Indigenous people in Australia and Canada representing golden opportunities for their respective governments to advance the reconciliation process. But the political will to capitalise on them has varied enormously. This paper focuses on two case studies drawn from Australia and Canada which look at Indigenous people's continuing struggle for land rights.' (Extract)
1 The Street of Cats i "Along", Michael Meadows , 1975 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 45 no. 14 1975; (p. 15)
1 Getting Away i "Above the musty sheen", Michael Meadows , 1975 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 45 no. 14 1975; (p. 17)
1 Dawn Wind i "Steepled cities", Michael Meadows , 1975 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 45 no. 14 1975; (p. 17)
1 As Long As I'm Needed i "I'm like the chimney pots", Michael Meadows , 1975 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 45 no. 14 1975; (p. 16)
1 Did You Have a Good Flight... i "Your plane has landed", Michael Meadows , 1975 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 45 no. 14 1975; (p. 16)
1 Early December i "Burn", Michael Meadows , 1975-1974 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , October vol. 44 no. 15 1975; (p. 7)
1 A Sydney Train i "And there between the sliding droplets", Michael Meadows , 1974 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , vol. 44 no. 16 1974; (p. 7)
1 I Sat on a Small Stone i "I sat on a small stone", Michael Meadows , 1974 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , 10 October vol. 44 no. 14 1974; (p. 7)
1 Untitled i "Do not interfere with my scorched throat...", Michael Meadows , 1974 single work poetry
— Appears in: Semper Floreat , August vol. 44 no. 9 1974; (p. 7)
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