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Citation Edit

Australian Government, Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Digital Content Industry Action Agenda

Overview Edit

The Digital Content Industry Action Agenda (DCIAA) was conceived to assist in the creation of the necessary framework to bring the disparate but related parts of the digital content industry together in order to deal with common issues (such as skills transfer, regulation, Intellectual Property and innovation) and to build critical mass and scale. The Action Agenda is spearheaded by the DCIAA Strategic Industry Leaders Group ("SILG"). The SILG is comprised of distinguished representatives of media, games and post-production organisations as well as the finance, health and education sectors and others.

Source Edit

  • Centre for International Economics, Australian Digital Content Industry Futures 1 (May 11, 2005) (full-text).

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