About this inquiry

In undertaking this inquiry, the Committee should consider: the importance of local content in Australia, and the role the ABC should play in the provision of such content; the recent efficiency savings imposed on the Corporation by the  Government; the centralisation of the Corporation's operations to Sydney; and any related matters.



Past Public Hearings

06 Mar 2015: ADELAIDE, SA

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Inquiry Status

Accepting Submissions

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Submissions

Submissions received by the Committee

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No.Submitter 
1Communications Law Centre, UTS (PDF 326 KB) 
2Heriot Media & Governance Pty Ltd (PDF 330 KB) 
3Australian Children's Television Foundation (PDF 202 KB) 
4Professor Brian McNair, Professor Brian McNair and Dr Ben Goldsmith: Queensland University of Technology (PDF 67 KB) 
5CPSU (PDF 560 KB) 
6Friends of the ABC Tasmania (PDF 157 KB) 
7Australian Broadcasting Corporation (PDF 360 KB) 
8Friends of the ABC NSW (PDF 309 KB) 
9Screen Producers Australia (PDF 277 KB) 
10ABC Friends (PDF 942 KB) 
11Confidential
12Confidential

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