ACMA opens applications for News Media and Digital Platforms Bargaining Code

The ACMA today opened applications for Australian news businesses wishing to register for the News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code.
The code has been designed to help support the sustainability of public interest journalism in Australia.
To be registered, applicants will have to meet the eligibility requirements set out in the code. The ACMA has published a set of guidelines to help potential applicants determine whether they are eligible to register under the code.
ACMA Chair Nerida O’Loughlin says eligible corporations that operate news businesses could apply via the ACMA website, “I encourage any news businesses interested in being registered under the code to carefully read through the eligibility guidelines on our website and, if eligible, to apply through our online portal.
“The ACMA will assess applications and publish details about registered news businesses on its website.”
Registered corporations and their news sources will be published on a register on the ACMA website.
Access the application portal and the ACMA’s guidelines on the ACMA website.



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