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Tim Dwyer

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University of Sydney

Associate Professor Tim Dwyer has previously taught at Macquarie University and at the University of Western Sydney in Media Policy and Research in the School of Communication Arts. He is currently Chair of the Department of Media and Communications.


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14 Sep 2017

The breakthrough in negotiations with the Senate crossbenchers that the government has been chipping away at has finally arrived.

The deregulatory legislation, the Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (...

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12 Dec 2016

The government’s Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (Media Reform) Bill 2016 proposes cutting a rule that stops commercial TV networks from broadcasting to more than 75% of Australians. The House of Representatives passed the bill, which will now go to the Senate.

Labor has said it...

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15 Sep 2016

The Turnbull government’s media bill has been sent off to another Senate inquiry, despite protestations from the government and the industry over the need to pass it urgently.

Communications Minister Mitch Fifield’s assessment is that if the government does not remove two media rules -...

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20 Feb 2012

Citizens need to be informed to participate in democracy -- and they rely on the media for information.

Three recent books catalogue the problems with the contemporary media, and show just how much needs to change for the democratic role of the news to be fulfilled.

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24 Nov 2010

Regulation for media diversity continues to be a precondition of democratic and/or pluralistic polities argues this paper.

Since the 20th century introduction of laws to regulate diversity in control of influential media, the concept of ‘voice’ has become significant,...

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27 Apr 2006

The government has released its proposed media law reforms, and its regional Australia that stands to lose the most. Tim Dwyer, Derek Wilding, Helen Wilson and Simon Curtis examine four regional locations – Wollongong, Townsville, Launceston and Toowoomba – and find that residents have few...

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27 Apr 2006

The government has released its proposed media law reforms, and its regional Australia that stands to lose the most. Tim Dwyer, Derek Wilding, Helen Wilson and Simon Curtis examine four regional locations : Wollongong, Townsville, Launceston and Toowoomba, and find that residents have few...

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