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Annual report of the Commonwealth of Australia communications and broadcasting regulatory authority: the Australian Broadcasting Authority
In this draft discussion paper Emma Dawson and Miriam Lyons outline the basic principles that should underpin our public broadcasting policy, and toss around a few ideas on how to equip the ABC and SBS to meet the needs of Australian citizens.
In this draft discussion paper, Emma Dawson and Miriam Lyons outline the basic principles that should underpin our public broadcasting policy, and toss around a few ideas on how to equip the ABC and SBS to meet the needs of Australian citizens.
This E-Brief updates earlier statistics on funding provided to the ABC by the Australian Government and information on funding derived from other sources.
The analogue subscription television broadcast carriage service encompasses the terrestrial carriage of analogue signals used for transmitting a pay TV service, as well as the use (or potential use) of conditional access services. The service was declared on 1 September 1999 and is due to...
In this transcript from his speech at The Sydney Institute, Mark Scott, the ABC's Managing Director states that the revised editorial policies of the ABC stand as the most significant public statement of values made by an ABC Board in over twenty one years. It...
The Campaign for Australian Media Diversity (CAMD) is a loose group of organisations and individuals that believe Australian democracy and culture depend upon diverse media ownership and healthy independent public broadcasting. Any government reform of Australia’s media ownership laws should achieve greater diversity of media...
ACMA has decided to extend the community television trial in Mt Gambier, South Australia for a period of six months. The extension of time will provide the operator, BushVision. with an opportunity to address a number of concerns raised by the authority.
New audience research into community radio listenership conducted by McNair Ingenuity between March and May 2006 shows that the number of Australians aged 15+ listening to community radio in an average month has risen from 7,054,000 people (45 per cent) in 2004 to 7,515,000 people (47 per cent) in 2006.