Photograph 7495295
Migrants are doing well in Australia's three year old television industry. In this short period, Australia has become the ninth biggest viewing nation in the world, despite her small population. After telecasting began in 1956 in Sydney and Melbourne, the medium is now being extended to the other capital cities and provincial areas. Migrants are prominent in technical and programme sides of the industry. Volk Moll, 35 year-old migrant from north Holland, at work in Sydney on a television film being made by Cinesound Studios. Mr Moll and his wife, Frances, settled in Australia about nine years ago, after spending two years in Indonesia on the way from Holland. They own their own home in Frenchs Forest, Sydney, and Mr Moll has made a name for himself as one of Sydney's best cameramen on both theatrical and television films

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RecordSearch reference: 
A12111, 1/1958/16/76
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