ACMA Community Broadcasting Not-For-Profit Guidelines

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The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is the regulatory body responsible for ensuring that community broadcasters comply with the conditions set out in the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, as well as in their licence conditions and the Community Radio Broadcasting Codes of Practice. All community broadcasting licensees are subject to the licence condition that the services will not operate the service for profit or as part of a profit-making enterprise. The ACMA has developed these guidelines to help licensees understand these responsibilities.

The ACMA Community Broadcasting Not-For-Profit Guidelines are available here.