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Q4: Riding the Tiger

This is the top-right quadrant of The Matrix.This world has a sense of bounless opportunity and accesible experience, however there is also a great hunger for structure delivered through community-ratified protocols of good behaviour.


Title & Details

Extract

A PDF presentation of an earlier website created for the OTB project.
November 09 OTB Website Presentation (Download PDF)


Attendees

  • Andy Donovan, Director, Inter-Arts   (AD)
  • Libby Christie, Executive Director, Arts Funding (LC)
  • Nick Herd, Director, Research and Strategic Analysis (NH)
  • Jackie Bailey, Research Analyst  (JB)
  • Annmarie Chandler, OTB Facilitator (AC)
  • Ross Gibson, OTB Facilitator (RG)

Focusing Question

Where are the Arts in the Future of Australian Television?

Draft Agenda for the workshop

  • 9.30am – Introduction

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Forum held Thursday, 27 November 2008 at SCA, Sydney University, Callan Park.

Participants

  • Lesley Osborne, ACMA (LO)
  • Christian Bernecker (CB)
  • David Court (DC)
  • Michael Frankel MF)
  • Ian Gardiner (IG)
  • Malcolm Smith (MS)
  • Beth Fair (BF)
  • Rafael Pustkowski (RP)
  • Tania Chambers, NSWFTO (TC)
  • Guy Gadney, PBL Digital (GG)
  • Ross Gibson, Research Leader (UTS)(CI)(RG)
  • Philip Bell,  Research Leader (UNSW (CI)(PB)
  • Andy Lloyd James,  Partner

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Quadrant 1 (Closed/Controlled)

This quadrant is dominated by external influences and marked by stringent control in almost every aspect. The economic downturn starting in 2008 lasted for some years leaving a very changed world.
US efforts to forestall greater economic crises left it massively reduced in its financial (and to some extent moral) capacity to act as the world policeman, …(continue reading)


Quadrant 1 (Closed/Controlled)

This quadrant is dominated by external influences and marked by stringent control in almost every aspect. The economic downturn starting in 2008 lasted for some years leaving a very changed world.
US efforts to forestall greater economic crises left it massively reduced in its financial (and to some extent moral) capacity to act as the world policeman, …(continue reading)


Open Access / Controlled Content

“The cork in the bottle”

Opportunities
  • Tight regulatory framework surrounding local content provision, censorship and viewing standards
  • open spectrum but highly specified services on each “channel”.  Digital and analogue spectrum opened up, but for tightly specified purposes (cf. datacasting debacle).
  • Final abolition of the old system of 3-channel FTA , STV+ community channels

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