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After Election 2019, screen sector faces policy void

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David Tiley

This weekend hopes were dashed and the public drama of politics became strange and unpredictable. Here is David Tiley's early take on how it will impact the screen sector.

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Bill Shorten defending the ABC at an impromptu press conference in 2014, at the beginning of his hard slog to defeat and resignation. Image: Flickr, with thanks. 

About the author

David Tiley is the editor of Screen Hub. He is a writer in screen media with a long mostly freelance career in educational programs, documentary, and government funding, with a side order in script editing. He values curiosity, humour and objectivity in support of Australian visions and the art of storytelling.

Twitter: @DavidTiley1