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Issue Details: First known date: 2022... 2022 Above and Beyond Broadcasting : A Study of First Nations Media and the COVID-19 Pandemic
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'First Nations media organisations have adapted their crisis response to the pandemic to focus on vaccination information and managing information flow about the evolving directives for travel and lockdowns on an ongoing basis. Through case study examples, this study has generated understanding about how First Nations media organisations operated during the early days of Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic. It has identified key lessons that can be learned from that experience, both for the future benefit of media organisations and for those First Nations communities continuing to struggle with the impact of Australia’s most urgent public health challenge in nearly a century.'

Source: Introduction.

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