New Temporary Community Broadcasting Guidelines

Frieda Lee, 15th November 2021
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On 12 October 2021, the ACMA updated their guidelines for temporary community broadcasting licence holders.

The Temporary Community Broadcasting Licence guidelines:

  • provide information about when the ACMA may allocate a temporary community broadcasting licence (including when it may make spectrum available)
  • outline the process
  • assist existing temporary community broadcasting licence holders to comply with their statutory obligations.

The guidelines have been updated to reflect the ACMA's radio spectrum planning priorities, no changes have been made to the underlying legislative framework for temporary licences. 

To read the submission we made to the consultation on the revision of the guidelines see our Submissions Page.

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