We value our members and their contribution to the activities and dialogue of the IIC Australian Chapter.
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) is Australia’s peak communications consumer organisation representing individuals, small businesses and not-for-profit groups as consumers of communications products and services. ACCAN focuses on goods and services encompassed by the converged areas of telecommunications, broadcasting, the internet and online services, including both current and emerging technologies.
Allens is a leading international law firm with a long and proud heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region for 200 years, to acting on numerous ‘firsts’ across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like.
As one of Australia’s leading law firms, Clayton Utz gives confident, innovative and incisive legal advice. With over 180 years’ experience of operating in the global economy for foreign and home-grown clients, our strong Australian foundation and global legal network means our clients remain future ready for wherever their business takes them, and investors can confidently build their business in Australia.
Commercial Radio & Audio Ltd (CRA) is the peak industry body representing the interests of commercial radio broadcasters throughout Australia. CRA pursues a range of issues on behalf of its member stations. CRA staff specialise in areas such as regulatory and legislative matters; industrial relations; human resources; marketing; events management; advertising advice; audience measurement surveys and research; and DAB+ digital radio.
Free TV Australia is the peak industry body representing commercial television broadcasters, dedicated to supporting and advancing the important contribution commercial free-to-air television makes to Australia’s culture and economy.
Gilbert + Tobin was founded in 1988 by Danny Gilbert and Tony Tobin as a small team of lawyers focused on providing excellent legal advice on high-profile, complex matters.
We have had outstanding success since those early days. We are now recognised as a leading transactions, regulatory and disputes law firm. We handle some of the most complex transactions in Australia, advising acquirers, targets and financiers. We are trusted by clients on sensitive regulatory investigations and approvals, litigation and Royal Commissions.
Our firm is also committed to outstanding citizenship. Our pro bono legal services has a proud track record and we champion important causes, such as marriage equality and reconciliation with Australia’s Indigenous peoples. We have the highest proportion of women partners among major Australian law firms.
At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point. Across our offices in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns we provide a complete range of legal services for clients of all sizes including many of Australia’s largest public and private companies and all levels of government. We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs, underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) Limited is the peak trade association for online advertising in Australia. The role of the IAB is to support sustainable and diverse investment in digital advertising across all platforms in Australia. We are a registered not-for-profit organisation with membership fees and revenue generated invested back into the IAB’s outputs such as resources, events, reporting, and industry representation.
IGEA is the peak industry association representing and advocating for the video games industry in Australia and New Zealand. Our vision is that of a thriving and sustainable local industry along with recognition that video games are one of the most powerful entertainment mediums for enjoyment, connection, education, business, health and creativity.
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Policy Australia provides regulatory and strategic advice to the IT, media, telecommunications, education and government sectors. See more here [link to website] Screen Producers Australia – https://www.screenproducers.org.auWe unite screen businesses to campaign for a healthy commercial environment, supported by a representative council and a full-time secretariat.
The Public Interest Journalism Initiative (PIJI) is a non-partisan, specialist think tank focused on the sustainability of public interest journalism in Australia. PIJI aims to ensure sustainable financial support and investment for public interest journalism across the country.
Our work provides an evidence base to inform practical policy solutions and constructive discourse on the importance of a robust, pluralistic news media, that serves the public interest.
PIJI is guided by these key principles and goals; to act in the public interest, to ensure plurality of news production and neutrality of support and, to be independent, practical, and evidence-based in consideration of any options.
We unite screen businesses to campaign for a healthy commercial environment, supported by a representative council and a full-time secretariat.