IRCA's Annual General Meeting was held recently during the 17th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival at Lajamanu, NT. IRCA would like to congratulate and welcome new Board members Gilmore Johnston and Simon Fisher and also congratulate Gilmore on being elected IRCA Chair. Gilmore works with Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media and has extensive experience in the remote Indigenous media industry.
Last week 180 remote media workers and industry partners from across Australia gathered in Lajamanu community on Gurindji and Warlpiri Country for the 17th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival. The Festival was co-hosted by the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) in partnership with Pintubi Anmatjerre Warlpiri (PAW) Media and Indigenous Community Television (ICTV).
PRESS RELEASE 24 September 2015
17th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival
Lajamanu, NT | 27 September – 2 October 2015
200 remote media workers and industry guests from across Australia will gather in Gurindji and Warlpiri Country for an exciting 5 day program under the theme of “Speaking to Country, Speaking from Country”.
The Indigenous Remote Communications Association has been asked to expand from its current role as a peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media and communications in remote Australia to become a national peak body from July 2016.
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