Media diversity

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Discussion paper

Media reform green paper: modernising television regulation in Australia

This discussion paper outlines the Australian government's next stage of proposed media reforms, to support the Australian media industry and to enhance the range and quality of services and content available nationally. Submissions to this paper are due by 23 May 2021.
Report

A review of proposals to provide news organisations with access to tax deductible gifts in Australia

This paper argues that there is evidence from overseas, and particularly the United States, to suggest that a not-for-profit news sector would increase media diversity and address market failure in commercially unviable practices like investigative journalism.
Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2017–18

Containing details of the ACMA’s and the Office’s performance for 2017–18, this report delivers key corporate information, and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2018–19

This report contains details of the ACMA’s and eSafety’s performance for 2018–19, key corporate information and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Annual Report

Australian Communications and Media Authority and Office of the eSafety Commissioner annual reports 2019-20

Providing information about the ACMA’s and eSafety’s performance for 2019–20, this report contains key corporate information and details against the mandatory reporting requirements.
Report

Who gets to tell Australian stories?

This report provides the first comprehensive picture of who tells, frames and produces stories in Australian television news and current affairs. It spotlights the experiences and representation of culturally diverse television news and current affairs staff. It is also the first forensic examination of how...
Discussion paper

Māori media sector: shift options

The Māori media sector has a history of over 30 years of achievement. This work explores how the sector can continue that success long into the future given a fast-changing digital landscape and changing audience demands.
Report

Crisis, challenge and choice in regional and local news media: the case for a service-first recovery

Regional and local media - always exposed to the vagaries of direct and indirect economic activity, population drift to larger centres and the cost/supply challenges in transport and infrastructure associated with remoteness and modest market size - is experiencing digital disruption on a greater and...
Article

The new media diversity battlefront

All online activity must be treated equally, argues Margaret Simons.
Article

Picking up the pieces

Around the world, media companies are seeking new and larger markets beyond their traditional businesses. As the boundaries shift, regulators in Europe and the United States are rewriting the rules for a new era, writes Julian Thomas.