Commentary | 20 July 2011

Struggling to be heard: Australia's international broadcasters fight for a voice in the region

In the Summer 2011 issue of Public Diplomacy magazine, Alex Oliver and Annmaree O’Keeffe describe the struggle by Australia’s international broadcasters for an effective voice in the Asia region, hampered by a volatile funding environment and government neglect of public diplomacy as a vital tool for Australia’s relations with its neighbours. The Public Diplomacy magazine is published by the USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) at the Annenberg School for Communications and the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California.The article can be read at: http://publicdiplomacymagazine.com/struggling-to-be-heard-australia%e2%8...

Annmaree O’Keeffe , Alex Oliver

  • Annmaree O’Keeffe
  • Alex Oliver

In the Summer 2011 issue of Public Diplomacy magazine, Alex Oliver and Annmaree O’Keeffe describe the struggle by Australia’s international broadcasters for an effective voice in the Asia region, hampered by a volatile funding environment and government neglect of public diplomacy as a vital tool for Australia’s relations with its neighbours. The Public Diplomacy magazine is published by the USC Center on Public Diplomacy (CPD) at the Annenberg School for Communications and the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California.The article can be read at: http://publicdiplomacymagazine.com/struggling-to-be-heard-australia%e2%8...

Annmaree O’Keeffe , Alex Oliver

  • Annmaree O’Keeffe
  • Alex Oliver