What proposed changes to media law could mean for diversity

25 February 2016

The media world has been rocked by digital disruption and it's set to change even more.

Now the federal government wants to give media companies the ability to own television stations, radio and newspapers.

They are also proposing to get rid of a limit of 75 per cent audience reach of the country.

To find out what this means for media consumption in Australia, Steve Austin spoke to Terry Flew who is a Communications Professor at QUT.

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Steve Austin, Terry Flew, 2016, What proposed changes to media law could mean for diversity, 612 ABC Brisbane, Queensland University of Technology, viewed 29 May 2016, <http://apo.org.au/node/61804>.

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