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This strategy document sets out what the Broadcasting Standards Authority intends to achieve or contribute to over the next four years and how it will manage its functions and operations to meet its intentions.
Historian Ken Inglis, author of This is the ABC, looks back, and forward...
THE ABC first went to air on 1 July 1932. The seventieth anniversary has set off much rejoicing, on the air and around the country. One of the oldest ABC...
In South Africa, access to information remains unequal and often hampered by language barriers, poor infrastructure and endemic poverty, particularly among members of rural and peri-urban communities. The government recognises the potential of media and information and communication technology (ICT) to promote socio-economic development and...
Many countries are in the process of converting their terrestrial television services from analog to digital transmission. Several different approaches have been adopted for the switchover with different apparent results. Spectrum is a scarce resource and delays in the switch off can have major effects...
That there is around $3 billion1 in cost savings the government could make on digital TV between now and a realistic closedown date for analogue broadcasting. The savings could be channeled into assisting the funding of a high speed broadband solution for Australia. This is...
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This paper focuses on possible new arrangements for the funding of future universal service obligations (USOs) in telecommunications.
The last 30 years o Australian TV
This paper reports findings from a study of user behaviours and intentions towards online news and information in Australia, undertaken by the Queensland University of Technology Creative Industries Faculty and the Smart Services Cooperative Research Centre. It has used a literature review, online survey, focus...