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As technology evolves, consumers are demanding always-on, anywhere access to their favourite content – whether it is on the television, their mobile phone or their computer. It is this passion for new services and improved technology that is driving the international...
The government has annunced more than $3 million in Playing Australia touring performance funding. Playing Australia will fund close to 1250 performances in coming months.
The communications minister, Senator Helen Coonan, announce that the government will allocate two currently unassigned channels of television broadcasting spectrum nationally for new digital services for Australian consumers. The first channel will allow new free-to-air, in-home digital services and the second channel could be used...
Australian government, state and territory ministers and the Australian Local Government Association met in Canberra to discuss the draft Broadband Blueprint, progress of Connect Australia initiatives, broadband policy, Australia's ICT capability, security, government, digital television spectrum and other issues,
The Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Senator Helen Coonan, has announced new safeguards to protect consumers from inappropriate or harmful material delivered over 3G mobile phones and similar devices.
The federal government has announced a review of the policy, administrative and regulatory arrangements that underpin the operation of the .au internet domain. The review specifically considers competitiveness, cost effectiveness, consumer protection aspects of domain name arrangements, security and stability arrangements, emerging internet issues, technical...
The communications minister, Senator Helen Coonan, has chaired the first meeting of an industry reference group brought together to work on a Broadband Blueprint for Australia. Announced earlier this year, the blueprint will provide a national framework for the rollout of next generation broadband infrastructure...
This report proposes measures to protect consumers from inappropriate or harmful material on emerging content services such as 3G mobile phones and subscription-based Internet portals. Releasing the report, the government promised to introduce appropriate safeguards are in place to protect children from certain content.
The broad objective of the Indigenous Broadcasting Program is to increase the availability of Indigenous-specific radio and television broadcasts to Indigenous audiences. To achieve this objective, this discussion paper proposes a new approach designed to address historical funding disparities; establish a more equitable distribution of...
Backing Indigenous Ability is a federal government program to help to improve telecommunications and broadcasting services in remote Indigenous communities. This paper outlines the design principles the government intends to apply to the telecommunications area of the program and seeks comments on key elements and...