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Annual report of the Commonwealth of Australia communications and broadcasting regulatory authority: the Australian Communications and Media Authority
Cultural policy and trade policy are pulling in different directions, and Ten’s Offspring could be one casualty
On 7 August this year 1.3 million people watched what is probably the last episode of the popular Australian series Offspring. Created...
This paper offers examples of soft censorship in 30 countries and summarises in-depth soft censorship reports on four countries - Hungary, Malaysia, Mexico, and Serbia.
Soft Censorship is growing alarmingly as a global phenomenon. Official “soft censorship” (or “indirect government...
This discussion document sets out the key issues being considered as part of this review of New Zealand's Radiocommunications Act 1989, the first substantial review since the mid- 1990s.
Introduction: The last substantial review of the Radiocommunications Act 1989 (the Act) was undertaken...
In the online age, every national broadcaster is an international broadcaster. So it’s strange to find that the government wants to restrict the ABC’s focus
DESPITE what the treasurer and the foreign affairs minister might have tried to do on budget night, every...
The purpose of this review is to ensure Australia's spectrum policy and management framework framework will serve the country well into the future, and to examine what policy and regulatory changes are needed to meet current challenges.
On 23 May 2014...
This article takes a closer look at people working in the screen industry, and their jobs. It builds on an experimental series published in 2012 that uses Linked Employer-Employee Data (LEED) to supplement the Screen Industry Survey.
The Screen Industry Survey is an annual...
Australia's federal, state and local governments spent just over $7 billion on cultural activities during 2012-13, according to these estimates of funding for arts and cultural activities by the three levels of government.