Chris Chapman


The digital economy: Developments in participation and productivity

This speech by ACMA Chairman Chris Chapman: ? provides a snapshot of Australians? participation in the emerging digital economy; ? touches on some of the challenges to that participation; and ? considers the collaborative, multi-layered approach that ACMA sees as necessary in the changing media...

Tomorrow's technology starts with today's spectrum planning

In a speech to the Radcomms '08 Conference, the ACMA Chairman looks at the seemingly 'small' things spectrum planners do and how these 'small' things may make a material contribution to enabling momentous change 10 or 20 years hence.

Agenda for 2007

In this speech to the Australian Telecommunications Users Group Annual Conference, the ACMA chair outlines ACMA's major projects for this year.

Overview of ACMA's first year

This speech by the authority's chair, Chris Chapman, to the Australian Telecommunications Summit 2006 includes observations about the communications convergence environment, an overview of ACMA's recent internal changes and their rationale, a survey of ACMA's activities in relation to telecommunications, and a discussion of emerging...