Frieda Lee, 14th March 2022

The ACMA has made some minor changes to their Political and Election Matter Guidelines. 

Frieda Lee, 15th November 2021

The ACMA has updated the guidelines for temporary community broadcasting licence holders.

Frieda Lee, 18th October 2021

The ACMA has revised the B66 licence renewal form in line with our recommendations to reduce the administrative and regulatory burden for stations.

Frieda Lee, 14th October 2021

We have made recommendations to the Treasury consultation on ACNC Amendment (2021 Measures No. 3) Regulations 2021 for the harmonisation of higher annual revenue thresholds across jurisdictions.

Danny Chifley, 22nd February 2020

The Broadcasting Services Act (1992) stipulates broadcast law regarding media coverage of local, state and federal elections. It is the responsibility of every community broadcaster to ensure that these laws are observed, as a condition of the station's licence.

hfriedlander, 20th November 2019

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has updated the form (B66) used by permanent community broadcasters to renew their licences.

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hfriedlander, 27th September 2019

In May 2019, the ACMA released a discussion paper seeking feedback from industry about the future of radio in Australia - the CBAA made a submission.


Katrina Hughes, 5th June 2019

Digitisation and structural change offer greater opportunities for service improvements, diversity of content, media participation and social inclusion - .but what are the optimal policy and regulatory settings to ensure that the sector continues to deliver high quality services?

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hfriedlander, 13th September 2018

Licence renewal application update for permanently licensed broadcasters.

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