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As digital media pervades the institutions and infrastructures of contemporary society with new inventions, new applications and new devices, so too does it pervade daily lived experiences. The social networking site Facebook.com is one such application which is highly integrated into the daily habits of...
Annual report of the Commonwealth of Australia communications and broadcasting regulatory authority: the Australian Broadcasting Authority
From 1906 to 1911, Australia was the most prolific producer of feature films in the world. During this period, Australian producers had easy access to cinema screens as supplies of overseas films were irregular.
This success began to decline in...
Held in November 2005, the forum covered ICT, digital media, telecommunications, broadcasting, communications culture, media ownership, the internet and e-commerce. The papers available online are:
• The development of telecommunications in Europe – regulation and economic effects, Martin Cave
• Globalisation and vulnerability:...
In this report Susan Forde, Michael Meadows and Kerrie Foxwell from Griffith University's Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy examine a range of issues associated with the current Australian community radio industry. In particular they address the structure of the sector, the characteristics...
Denise Meredyth, Liza Hopkins and Scott Ewing summarise a four year study of the effects on 800 low-income and multiethnic households of access to free networked computers, training and information resources. Patterns of use show that the benefits of the wired community initiative include the...
Total government funding for cultural activities reached $5 billion in 2003-04 ($5,000.7m). At the federal level, the Australian Government contributed $1,699.4m (34%) to cultural funding while state and territory governments contributed $2,356.2m (47%). Local governments provided $945.1m (19%).
During the mid 90's, around the time the Internet became popular, it became apparent that there was still one critical issue holding back limitless opportunities. Computer professionals had to find a way to close the gap between those who do not have computer or Internet...
In this speech to the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s annual conference, Graeme Samuel discusses the question of whether technological change is making many of our existing concerns about media regulation irrelevant.
Final report of an Australian Communication Authority study designed to understand the nature of the future communications environment .