Community television services are currently broadcast to five state capitals:
- Adelaide—44 Adelaide
- Brisbane—31 Digital TV Brisbane
- Melbourne—C31 TV Melbourne
- Perth—West TV (WTV)
- Sydney—TV Sydney (tvs).
After 31 December 2015, the five metropolitan community television services will need to make their content available online. The Government is providing them with some financial assistance through the Community Broadcasting Foundation to make this transition.
Find out more:
- Community Broadcasting Online
- Community Broadcasting Foundation
- Australian Community Television Alliance
Codes of practice
Codes of practice for the community broadcasting sector were developed by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA).
The codes cover the responsibilities of broadcasting to the community, principles of diversity and independence, general programming guidelines and guidelines for news and current affairs, Australian music content, sponsorship, volunteers, conflict resolution, handling complaints and review of codes.