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Provides an overview of the planned Data Integration Partnership for Australia (DIPA).
The Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australia's media laws in a generation, supporting the viability of our local organisations as they face increasing global competition in a rapidly changing digital landscape.
Why are we changing the media laws?
To bring our media ownership laws into the digital era, the Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australian media regulation in a generation. As part of the changes, the Government is introducing measures that will protect and enhance the amount of local television...
The Government has announced the most significant reforms to Australian media regulation in a generation, focusing on the control and ownership of Australia’s traditional media outlets and the provision of local television content in regional Australia.
Currently, there are five numerical tests that form the basis of Australia’s media control rules, which are set out in the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 .