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ACMA seeks feedback on the future delivery of radio

Tuesday 30 April, 2019

The ACMA is seeking feedback from Australian broadcasters and audio content providers about emerging technologies, the impact on their businesses and the choices these create for the radio industry.

The ACMA is interested in technological developments and changes in listener behaviour affecting the delivery of radio services in different ways in metropolitan, regional and remote areas, and welcomes comments and views about:

  • the drivers of radio industry change, to elicit evidence about the current market and suitability of alternative audio content delivery platforms, including alternative spectrum approaches needed to support radio in the future
  • the impact of new delivery platforms on broadcasting policy objectives and the existing regulatory framework.

Responses will hopefully give an understanding of the roles of AM, FM, digital and internet modes in the future delivery of radio services across the country.

Drawing out the issues will help inform future ACMA consideration of broadcasting planning priorities and assist to achieve the objectives outlined in the ACMA Corporate plan 2018–19.

Visit the consultation page for more information.





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