About this inquiry

The House Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts will conduct an inquiry into: Factors contributing to the growth and sustainability of the Australian music industry. 



Inquiry Status

Accepting Submissions

How to make a submission

The committee invites individuals and organisations to send in their opinions and proposals in writing (submissions)

Accessibility

If you require any special arrangements to enable you to participate in the Committee's inquiry, please contact the Committee Secretariat.

Further information regarding accessibility can be found at www.aph.gov.au/Help/Accessibility

Public Hearings

Past Public Hearings and Transcripts

 DateLocationTranscriptProgramSubmissions
02 Nov 2018Sydney, NSW(HTML & PDF)PDF: Music Industry Public Hearing Friday 2 November 2018 (2/11/2018) 28606PDF Format
21 Nov 2018Melbourne, VIC(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 21 November 2018 (21/11/2018) 28640PDF Format
22 Nov 2018Sydney, NSW(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 22 November 2018 (22/11/2018) 28641PDF Format
28 Nov 2018Canberra, ACT(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 28 November 2018 (28/11/2018) 28661PDF Format
05 Dec 2018Canberra, ACT(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 5 December 2018 (5/12/2018) 28675PDF Format
06 Feb 2019Brisbane, QLD(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 6 February 2019 (6/02/2019) 28695None
13 Feb 2019Canberra, ACT(HTML & PDF)PDF: Australian Music Industry - Public Hearing 13 February 2019 (13/02/2019) 28694None

Correction to evidence

UNITED Music Group, dated 9 January 2019, relating to evidence taken at the public hearing on 5 December 2018:

 

  • I have been notified that as the artist I referred to retains an Irish passport (i.e. a qualifying musician under UK law) the monies did flow direct.

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