Australian Communications and Media Authority

Source Details

Link to organisation: http://www.acma.gov.au/

Source Acronym: ACMA

Owning Institution: Government of Australia

Source Type: Government

Report
20 December 2016

This report details the results of research commissioned by the ACMA to examine the Australian consumer migration experience before, during and after migration to fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) NBN...

Report
20 December 2016

This report tracks the effectiveness of changes to the Telecommunications Consumer Protections (TCP) Code in 2012 and other outcomes of the ACMA’s Reconnecting the Customer inquiry.

Report
20 December 2016

This report comprises the results of a survey commissioned by the ACMA to examine current data-driven marketing practices and trends.

Infographic
5 December 2016

The Media Interests snapshot provides an overview of the main interests in major commercial television and commercial radio networks and associated newspapers.

Annual Report
30 November 2016

With almost nine out of ten Australian adults now online, the ACMA communications report 2015–16 shows that our growing appetite for digital content is driving change across the communications...

Annual Report
13 October 2016

This report includes the 2015–16 annual reports for the Australian Communications and Media Authority and the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner.

Guide
9 September 2016

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released its first series of updates to the privacy guidelines for broadcasters since the guidelines were comprehensively reviewed in 2011....

Website
4 August 2016

This research snapshot explores the levels of online engagement of older Australians (those aged 65 and over).

Infographic
28 April 2016

Being online is integral to the everyday lives of many Australians. While those of us living in major capital cities have greater levels of connectivity than those in less populated areas, there...

Briefing paper
24 February 2016

The ACMA has developed a set of strategies to address the growth in demand for mobile broadband capacity. This update outlines the current spectrum planning work program regarding mobile broadband...

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Conference paper
15 December 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...

Conference paper
15 December 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...

Conference paper
15 December 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...

Conference paper
15 December 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...

Conference paper
15 October 2007

Most people readily accept there is a need to keep pace with change. Driven by digitalisation, convergence and the rapid increases in take-up and use of the Internet in Australia and...

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