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This 2019–20 corporate plan for the Department of Communications and the Arts describes how we provide the environment in which all Australians can access and benefit from communications services,...
Our annual reports describe what we have done and how we have managed our resources to improve the cultural and communications sectors for all Australians.
Our role is to provide an environment in which all Australians can access and benefit from communications services, creative experiences and culture.Our purposes are to enable all Australians to...
Lists the amounts spent on legal services in 2018-19.
Information relating to the Communications and the Arts Portfolio Budget for 2019–20.
Lists the amounts spent on legal services in 2017-18.
Australia has joined an international treaty that will help an estimated 285 million people with vision impairment worldwide enjoy greater access...
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Consultations are now open for the biggest reforms to Australia's spectrum management in over 25 years.
The digitisation of services, entertainment and media has accelerated in 2015, undermining established business models and throwing up policy...
The Government is investing more than $60 million in quality regional journalism.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority's (ACMA) latest research snapshot Regional Australians Online gives a great insight into how...
How our use of communication technology has changed since 1998.
Three million Australians are now connected to fast and affordable high-speed broadband through the National Broadband Network (NBN).
The content of commercial television programs must comply with conditions in the station’s licence, ACMA program standards, and industry codes of practice.
Many wireless audio devices—such as wireless microphones—were retuned or replaced by the start of 2015 because of changes in access to the radiofrequency spectrum.
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