Monday, June 21, 2021

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Imparja: its disappearing purpose

The endless question of Aboriginal broadcast media in Central Australia: Is there a plan? In its fourth decade Imparja Television is downgraded to a...

CAAMA must show why it shouldn't be under administration


The media organisation linked with the TV station Imparja needs to answer by the end of this month. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Imparja, CAAMA may part company

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CAAMA, the largest shareholder in Imparja, is thinking about selling its interest in the television station and this "may have some impact on the future operations of [Imparja] and the results of these operations,” say the station’s accountants. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

CAAMA, Imparja reluctant bedfellows

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Imparja Television and Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) have been ordered to consolidate their financial accounts. By ERWIN CHLANDA.

UPDATE 1:45pm: Imparja CEO says CAAMA has no controlling interest because of the “nature of Imparja’s constitution”.

UPDATE August 12: What ORIC said about CAAMA's financial position.

Imparja board gets legal advice on CEO after escort agency bid



The Aboriginal owned TV station Imparja in Alice Springs is seeking legal advice on "the personal business activities" of Imparja CEO Alistair Feehan (pictured) according Chairman Michael Griffin. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

LETTER: Sticking our heads in the sands of the Todd (re-published with Maxine Cook's comment)

It is remarkable how little comment there has been to mark the recent expiry of the 20 year moratorium that had prevented the construction of a flood mitigation dam on the Todd River north of Alice Springs, says letter-writer ALEX NELSON. He summarises what is known about the town's susceptibility to flooding and notes that the Imparja headquarters (pictured above) would be inundated by more than a metre of water above ground level in a 100 year flood. The Civic Centre and the Alice Springs Public Library are equally at risk.

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