Broadcasting Services Amendment (Anti-Siphoning) Bill 2005

Type
Government
Portfolio
Communications, Information Technology and the Arts 
Originating house
House of Representatives 
Status
Act 
Parliament no
41
Summary
Amends the
Broadcasting Services Act 1992
  to extend the automatic de-listing period for events on the “anti-siphoning” list (which lists events determined by the Minister to be available free-to-air) so that events are removed 12 weeks prior to their commencement. 

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Progress

House of Representatives
02 Dec 2004Introduced and read a first time
02 Dec 2004Second reading moved
14 Feb 2005Second reading agreed to
14 Feb 2005Third reading agreed to
Senate
07 Mar 2005Introduced and read a first time
07 Mar 2005Second reading moved
09 Mar 2005Second reading agreed to
09 Mar 2005Committee of the Whole debate

Amendment details: 1 Opposition agreed to
10 Mar 2005Committee of the Whole debate

Amendment details: 2 Opposition agreed to
10 Mar 2005Third reading agreed to
House of Representatives
14 Mar 2005Consideration of Senate message

Details: House disagreed to Senate amendments
Senate
15 Mar 2005Consideration of House of Reps message

Details: Senate did not insist on amendments disagreed to


01 Apr 2005Assent

Act no.: 43

Year: 2005

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