Turnbull Government appoints SCA’s Creina Chapman as ACMA chief executive

Chapman is currently the head of regulatory affairs and corporate communications at SCA.

The Turnbull Government has appointed Creina Chapman deputy chair and CEO of the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).

Chris Jose and Fiona Cameron have been appointed as new full-time members and James Cameron has been reappointed as a full-time member.

Chapman is currently the head of regulatory affairs and corporate communications at Southern Cross Austereo. She brings extensive legal experience and a significant depth of experience from previous senior leadership roles at PBL, the Nine Network and News Corp. Chapman will commence her five-year term on June 11, 2018.

Jose and Fiona Cameron have been appointed as members for five years and James Cameron has been reappointed as a member for three years.

Jose has extensive experience in public administration and competition and consumer law, with a focus on telecommunications. He is currently a consultant on competition regulation and trade at Herbert Smith Freehills, having been a partner there for 15 years. He was also the principal regulatory adviser to the Papua New Guinea Government on major reforms to their information and communications technology sector. Jose will commence on May 1, 2018.

Fiona Cameron is currently the chief operating officer of Screen Australia. She brings a wealth of knowledge from her experience in executive roles within the communications industry, including in commercial radio and television, as a general manager of DMG Radio Australia and director of the Australian Film Television and Radio School. She will take up her role on July 23, 2018.

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