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ACMA's Citizen conversation series: Classification & the time-shifting audience & Decency

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Some snaps from the ACMA's recent Citizen conversations on classification and decency, held as part of our inquiry into the broadcasting codes, on 6 June 2013.

Some snaps from the ACMA's recent Citizen conversations on classification and decency, held as part of our inquiry into the broadcasting codes, on 6 June 2013.

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  • 1. Mr Chris Chapman, Chairman, ACMA
  • 2. Ms Jonquil Ritter, Executive Manager, Citizen and Community Branch,ACMA
  • 3. Chris Chapman, ACMA Chair
  • 4. Professor Terry Flew, Professor of Media & Communications, QueenslandUniversity of Technology (Commissioner in charge of the Australian Law ReformCommission National Classification Scheme Review)
  • 5. Chris Chapman, ACMA Chair
  • 6. Dr Wayne Warburton, Deputy Director of the Children and Families ResearchCentre, Macquarie University
  • 7. Ms Barbara Biggins, Honorary CEO, Australian Council on Children and theMedia
  • 8. Chris Chapman, ACMA ChairQ&A panel – Classification and the time-shifting audienceFacilitator: Mr Richard BeanPanellists: Julie Flynn, Barbara Biggins, Wayne Warburton, Lesley O’Brien, Terry Flew
  • 9. Chris Chapman, ACMA Chair
  • 10. Ms Kathleen Silleri, Executive Manager, Content & Consumer branch,ACMA
  • 11. Ms Gretel Killeen, journalist and broadcaster
  • 12. Mr Chris Berg, Research Fellow, Institute of PublicAffairs
  • 13. Ms Kirstin McLiesh, Audience Affairs, ABC
  • 14. Chris Chapman, ACMA Chair
  • 15. Q&A panel – DecencyFacilitator: Ms Gretel KilleenPanellists: Chris Berg, Kirstin McLiesh, Fiona Jolly, Louise Benjamin, David Mason
  • 16. Mr Richard Bean, Deputy Chair, ACMA
  • 17. Chris Chapman, ACMA Chair

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