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ACTA kicks off Commit To Community TV campaign

enadmin, 21st July 2014

The Australian Community Television Alliance has kicked off a campaign calling for Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull to Commit To Community TV.

For Community Television stations to continue broadcasting beyond 31 December 2014, Minister Turnbull needs to make a decision about their transmitter licenses, which expire at the end of the year.
ACTA asks that you support for your local station by calling on the Minister to Commit to Community Television and extend our transmitter Licence. 
For more information, please head to the website.

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