Hello! Are you an Indigenous media producer? Please contribute to the project by completing our short questionnaire. Already on the map but want to make some changes? Log in here to update your profile.
Thank you for your input! Feel free to close this window and browse the map for other Indigenous media producers in your area, make changes to your organizations, or add new organizations.
Thank you for your input! Feel free to close this window and browse the map for other Indigenous media producers in your area.
The Indigenous Media Map (TIMM) illustrates the diverse range of Indigenous media produced and distributed globally. TIMM is an interactive map for existing Indigenous media and provides a networking tool for Indigenous media organisations, producers and audiences. TIMM provides links to television and radio stations, print and online publications, Indigenous media organisations, blogs and social media producers including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube users who produce and share informative or news content. Map users can search TIMM by media type or by region.
If you are an Indigenous media organisation or producer, you can put yourself on the map. You will be asked to complete a short survey about your organisation, the media you produce and your work. The survey should take about 10 minutes - longer if you produce a range of different media.
TIMM is produced by Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland researchers as part of the 'Online media: Investigating the use of online media in the global Indigenous public sphere' project. Griffith University and the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research fund this work. Project information, ethical clearance, participation and/or withdrawal of participation is available here.
The Indigenous Media Map is produced as part of a larger project that investigates Indigenous media. Contributors will be asked to complete an online survey. Content from this survey may be used in academic conference presentations, academic articles or as part of an online blog to provide community information about the use of online media globally. Completion of the survey will be seen as consent to participate in this project.
Should you wish to remove your organisation or media from the map, please contact Dr Burrows at IndigenousMediaMap@griffith.edu.au or by phoning 61 (0)7 555 27365.
This research project will be undertaken and managed by Dr Elizabeth Burrows. If you have any questions or concerns about this research project you can contact Dr Burrows at IndigenousMediaMap@griffith.edu.au or phone 61 (0)7 555 27365. A Frequently Asked Questions and a Project Information page is provided as part of The Indigenous Media Project Blog.
The Indigenous Media Project blog will feature contributions from global Indigenous media producers as well as ongoing information about this project and published content.
The conduct of this research involves the collection, access, and possible use of your identified personal information. Your permission, your identified personal information may appear in the publications/reports arising from this research and will only occur with your consent (refer section on Confidentiality). Any additional personal information collected is confidential and will not be disclosed to third parties without your consent, except to meet government, legal or other regulatory authority requirements. A de-identified copy of this data may be used for other research purposes. Your anonymity will at all times be safeguarded, except where you have consented otherwise.
For further information consult the University's Privacy Plan or telephone +61 (0)7 3735 4375.
The Online Media Project Team is listed below.
We would like to thank our First Nations Advisors for their input and support.
Thanks also to the other people and organisations that provided guidance, feedback and practical help in developing and fine-tuning the map and funding the project.
Thanks to Griffith University and the Griffith Centre for Cultural Research (GCCR) for providing the funding to develop this map. For more information please see the project information sheet.
The Indigenous Media Project blog will feature blog posts from Indigenous media producers about a range of topics relating to Indigenous media and media production. In addition, this site will be used to share short video extracts from interviews with media producers, published papers and Frequently Asked Questions about TIMM and the Indigenous Media Project.
The Indigenous Media Project blog can be found here.