Organisation

Australian Communications and Media Authority

Acronym
ACMA
Owning Institution

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Guide

Improving information provision to customers using behavioural insights
9 Jul 2018

BETA has partnered with the Australian Communications and Media Authority to develop a guide to help NBN providers present information to consumers more clearly. This guide challenges the assumption that people need more information to make better decisions, and suggests that less, clearer and more...

Annual Report

17 Oct 2017

This report includes the 2016–17 annual reports for the Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

Discussion paper

11 Sep 2017

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has used a recent ACMA spectrum tune-up to propose an accelerated process for considering releases in the millimetre wave spectrum for 5G broadband.

Discussion paper

10 Aug 2017

The objective of this review of Australian and children’s screen content is to provide policy options to government on the most effective support mechanisms for the Australian screen production sector.

Report

15 May 2017

Examines the availability and consumption of local content and local news in regional Australia.

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Annual Report

17 Oct 2017

This report includes the 2016–17 annual reports for the Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Office of the eSafety Commissioner.

Discussion paper

11 Sep 2017

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has used a recent ACMA spectrum tune-up to propose an accelerated process for considering releases in the millimetre wave spectrum for 5G broadband.

Report

15 May 2017

Examines the availability and consumption of local content and local news in regional Australia.

Research report

9 May 2017

The ACMA undertook quantitative research in 2016 to examine the role of AM radio in the contemporary communications environment. Radio in the bush — A study of radio listening in remote Western Australia explores the radio listening habits of people living in remote and very...

Infographic

31 Jan 2017

The Media Interests snapshot and associated maps (the infographics) are provided for indicative purposes only. They are not intended to be a comprehensive account of media interests in Australia.

The Media Interests snapshot provides an overview only of the main interests in major commercial...

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Conference paper

15 Dec 2010

The term ‘digital economy’ covers the global network of economic and social activities that are enabled by digital information and communication technologies such as the internet, mobile and sensor networks.

• the application of information and communication technologies (otherwise called ICT) to social and...

Conference paper

15 Dec 2010

Mobile premium services are the best known and most widely used form of mobile payment to date. They are essentially a method of electronic payment, a platform on which consumers can purchase content such as ringtones, games or news updates (generally via sending an SMS...

Conference paper

15 Dec 2010

The first sections of this paper will review how those issues have been addressed as the technology has changed and, with it, how the universal service has been defined, delivered and paid for in differing regulatory contexts.1 The Government's policy for the provision of a...

Conference paper

15 Dec 2010

This presentation covers research into listener attitudes toward advertising, sponsorship and commercial influence, in news and current affairs programs, on commercial radio. Commercial radio continues to be a significant part of our contemporary media environment, and is also a 'traditional' broadcast media that is subject...

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