Telecommunications industry regulator the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has announcned the new Broadcasting Services Commercial Radio Current Affairs Disclosure Standard 2022 which applies to all commercial radio broadcasting licensees that broadcast current affairs programs.
With Parliament having just another eight days to sit this year, the bosses of Australia's media organisations have sought to pressure politicians into getting the promised news media code passed before they rise for the year on 10 December.
The Federal Government’s failure to get a bill passed through parliament reducing the regulatory burden for regional commercial radio and television broadcasters, has been slammed by the Labor Party.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority is considering a proposal from South Australian commercial radio station 5MU to swap from AM to FM transmission.
Three of Tasmania’s regional commercial radio stations are seeking regulatory approval to convert from AM to FM transmission.
A new code of practice which provides safeguards on accuracy and impartiality in news reporting by Australia’s commercial radio broadcasters is to be put in place by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA).
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