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    Broad casting regulations from Australian Communications Authority

    Australian Communications Authority

    Australian Communications Authority  is also known as Australian Communications and Media Authority. Australian Communications Authority is Australia’s regulator in terms of broadcasting, radio communication, the internet and telecommunication. Australian Communications Authority was established on 1 July 2005 by the merger of the Australian Communications Authority and the Australian Broadcasting Authority. Australian Communications Authority promotes self regulation and competition in the communication industry and at the same time protects consumers and other users. Australian Communications Authority cultivates an environment in which electronic media respect community standards as well as respond to audience and user needs


    Australian Communications Authority manages access to radiofrequency spectrum. Australian Communications Authority represents Australia’s communication interest internationally. The central office of Australian Communications Authority is located in Canberra, Sydney and Melbourne with regional offices and operations centres throughout Australia. The executive team manages the day-to-day activities of Australian Communications Authority. Australian Communications and Media Authority regulate broad casting services in Australia. Australian Communications and Media Authority offer services in terms of planning the radiofrequency spectrum that television and radio services use, issuing and renewing licences to broadcasters and so on.

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