Professor Murray Green
Dr Murray Green is a media development and legal policy researcher and consultant, with a particular interest in the Asia Pacific.
Murray was Director International of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation from 2007 until March 2012. In this role he was responsible for Australia Network television, Radio Australia and ABC International Development, a group working in the Asia Pacific on communication for development. Murray for six years was on the Council of the Asia Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) and in 2012 was recognised by the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association for service to public broadcasting.
Murray was formerly Director Corporate Strategy and Governance at the ABC. He has also worked as State Director Victoria and as Local Radio Manager Perth. Prior to the ABC, Murray worked as Manager of Curtin University's community radio station. He also was President of the Public Broadcasting Association of Australia (now Community Broadcasting Association of Australia).
Murray has a doctorate in law from the University of Melbourne. His thesis was on election communication law and practice in Australia, the UK and the US. Murray also is an honors graduate in Pacific and Asian history from Victoria University of Wellington and is also a graduate of the Australian Film and Television School. His graduate studies in law were at the University of New England and the Australian National University.
Murray is admitted as a barrister and solicitor to the Supreme Courts of the Australian Capital Territory and Victoria and as a barrister in the High Court of Australia. He is also a Research Associate at the Communications Law Centre, University of Technology, Sydney.