Screen Content Producer Survey

Australia Screen Producer Survey 2012 results
Deakin University Centre for Memory, Imagination and Invention The ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI)

About the Project:

The 2011 Australian Screen Producer survey was a national study of the demographics, motivations, sentiments and activities of screen producers across four industry segments: Film, Television, Commercial and Digital Media. This survey is the second Australian Screen Producer survey and builds upon research undertaken in the Australian Screen Content Producer Survey conducted in 2009.

How: Online quantitative survey
Who: 407 producers in Film, Television, Commercial and New media (Digital Media) invited via Screen Education Sector database, social networks and online marketing.
What: Mix of open and closed questions looking at classifications, project details, education, employment, demographics, industry sentiment, attitudes and perceptions
When: November 2011 - December 2011
Where: Australia wide
Why: For a thorough understanding of producers and the issues they face

The broad objectives of the 2011 Australian Producer Survey study were to:

Survey Results:

The results of the 2009 survey can be examined at this interactive online site:

A detailed analysis of the 2011 survey findings is available here:

About Us

The survey project was developed by researchers at Deakin University, the Centre for Screen Business at AFTRS and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (CCI) at QUT and was undertaken in association with Bergent Research.

This interactive site was produced by Deb Verhoeven with support from the Centre for Memory Imagination and Invention (CMII).

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