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Karl Quinn

Karl has held a variety of senior editing and writing roles since joining Fairfax Media in 1999. Most recently he was The Age's entertainment editor from 2009-2012. As national film editor, he oversees our film coverage in print and on our digital platforms.


Game developers cry foul as axe falls on Screen Australia fund

Karl Quinn A government fund set up a little over a year ago has been axed, throwing the local games industry into uncertainty.

All funds and games as arts gets $20m shot in arm

L-R Matt Clark Simon Joslin and Tom Killen made the game train conductor and so far it's doing very well. Photographed at the Collingwood Train Station.
Simon O'Dwyer
The Age Newspaper
14th November 2012

Karl Quinn Arts Minister Simon Crean announces a three-year $20 million fund to assist struggling sector.

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Telstra agrees to clean up the seedier side of its Big Pond life

Salicious content has been removed from the site.

Karl Quinn Telstra bows to pressure from anti-pornography campaigners and removes salacious content from its Big Pond service.

Computer games may skip censor

Games on mobile devices may not be subjected to a classification.

Karl Quinn The vast majority of computer games would not need to go before the censors under the revamp of Australia's classification system.

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Apps, games could be classified to ensure 'unity'

iPad apps

Karl Quinn Makers of mobile phone apps and games could be made to submit their products for classification if the recommendations of a senate inquiry are adopted.