Skip to content. Links. The South Australian senator is a staunch anti-gambling crusader and, to secure his senate vote, the new media ownership laws mean there’ll be no gambling advertising during sporting events before 8.30pm (until after the kiddies go to bed). A steady trend to fewer owners over the last century is the well-documented pattern. Says snail recipes & hatred of the English will remain free. Well, it’s a bit of a double-edge sword, really. © 2021 The Misfits Media Company Pty Limited. Why are Labor and the Greens so pissed off? Makes a refreshing change from our usual evil & gutter journalism. Sitecore has secured $US1.2 billion in funding. That said, there are parts of the Coalition’s package that Labor are on board with; the “reach rule” as an example. Here's one of those nice stories B&T likes to run. Endemol Shine announces management shakeup. Currently, Australian Law doesn’t allow any one media player to own a radio, TV and print operation. You can read Fifield’s full statement here too. Will the changes get passed by the Senate? 0000001313 00000 n Any reforms will need to be passed by the Senate. The first change limited media ownership to just one type of media in a given market—print, radio or television. B&T delivers a breaking news industry scoop. Expect a lot of new mergers, a lot of content sharing between the two, and, very probably, staff redundancies to boot as competition shrinks. By Colin Packham, Jonathan Barrett. With all due respect, surely the perfect tune to cook pasta al dente would have to be Joe Dolce's 'Shaddap Your Face'. The new rules require foreign persons with an interest of 2.5% or more in certain regulated media assets to disclose details of their interest and have those details recorded in a public register. Outbrain signs deal with Australian Community Media. Kyle forced to eat beans from a tin in fingerless mittens as the great plague continues to savage ad revenues. Once again the power of print is on show here. That means Seven, Nine and Ten will no longer have to pay around $130 million a year in fees to the federal government, to, basically, run their networks. 0000006732 00000 n But that will cost the free to airs $130 million a year in ad revenues? A pressing case for standing up to Rupert Murdoch’s bullying No. The most significant change, the one gaining the most attention and the one the government has been trying to pass for the past decade, was the relaxation of Australia's cross-media ownership laws. Despite his wife constantly taking all the wardrobe space. Is online brand trust on your 2021 "must do" list? IN the biggest media shake-up in twenty years, the federal government's overhaul of the media laws was passed in the Senate last October. 0000000870 00000 n It's the latest global consumer trends report that, as you'd expect, continues to be bad news for airport duty frees. On specific elements of the new laws, 87.2 per cent of journalists disagreed with the proposals to abolish the cross media ownership restrictions, 74.3 per cent disagreed with the removal of foreign ownership restrictions on TV stations, and 69.8 per cent believed that the current limit of three commercial free-to-air television stations in capital cities should be lifted to allow the entry of new players. Surely this SBS news would be more appropriate in Flemish or Hungarian, yet, sadly, it's all in English, we're afraid. Have absolutely no idea what Morse Micro even do? However, with the advent of the internet and downloadable video the law was pretty much redundant some time ago. That inquiry’s report noted that: You can read the full response here. Controls over media ownership in Australia are laid down in the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, administered by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA). When asked for a source to support her assertion, a spokesman for Michelle Rowland sent The Conversation a detailed response drawing from a wide range of sources, including the 2012 Finkelstein inquiryinto media and media regulation. 0000000636 00000 n the effect of media concentration on democracy in Australia; the impact of Australia’s media ownership laws on media concentration in Australia; the impact of significant changes to media business models since the advent of online news and the barriers to viability and profitability of public interest news services; Stan inks latest content deal that unfortunately doesn't include Best Of Red Faces or Ask The Leyland Brothers. Primary Navigation Show menu Hide menu. The government has worked very hard on shoring up “the numbers” before announcing the final details over the weekend. The new rules also aim to repeal the “two out of three law”. The second abolished the rule that no one could own more than two TV stations and replaced it with one limiting the reach of broadcast licenses to 75 per cent of the Australian population. MEDIA OWNERSHIP PATTERNS The ownership of the mass media namely; electronic, print and the new media in Nigeria has different historical origins. You have to hand it to Sarah Wilson, doesn't eat sugar AND has so far refrained from murdering anyone. The new rules require foreign persons with an interest of 2.5% or more in certain regulated media assets to disclose details of their interest and have those details recorded in a public register. The Greens are also fundamentally opposed to the abolition of the “reach rule”. Australia’s print media ownership is much more highly concentrated than that of most other Western countries The ownership of Australian TV and radio is following the international trend1 towards increasing concentration Changes to Australia’s media ownership laws have tended to increase this concentration over time Rowland’s assertion that Australia’s media ownership concentration is among the highest in … Here, B&T answers all your totally obvious questions about the changes announced by the communications minister, Mitch Fifield, on Saturday morning. The Influence of Media Ownership and Control on Media Agenda Setting in Nigeria International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education (IJHSSE) Page 38 3. 0000000948 00000 n 0000079148 00000 n Except if it requires a financial donation on our part. Sure, CHEP may be churning them out but everyone else in the industry is reeling them in. What was the “75 per cent reach rule” and why’s that been scrapped? In arguably bad news for ladder, chainsaw and ute ads, Cannes now boasts it's biggest number of female judges. 4 Min Read. Prior to passing of the Bill, Australia’s media ownership laws, largely crafted in the late 1980’s analogue era before digital and pay television, digital radio, and the … Known as the “two out of three” law, it looks likely to be changed when federal parliament resumes this year. 39 0 obj <> endobj Still no news on the enduring appeal of the actual edamame, however. If Google turns off search in Australia, B&T can no longer guarantee outright plagiarism of other media sites. Currently, Australian Law doesn’t allow any one media player to own a radio, TV and print operation. As you'll read here. One (they argue) they don’t think they pay their fair share of tax in Australia and, two, they pinch content from Australian publishers and don’t have to pay for it. Not really. As a warning, if you're unaware of the Mashd N Kutcher song then this story will make little to no sense. 0000001072 00000 n So the free-to-airs get a $130 million kicker at the taxpayers’ expense? H��W�r�H��+�4N�4��mQcnؒB��{٤z g>�>��nVW�AJv�Z7�Fu=�����s%ž�z���c�����U&���g���DLf��n��T��ۿ��I��Zo��v�Vj[��:�j�sqw*U�1�����C�>H���� endstream endobj 40 0 obj<> endobj 41 0 obj<>/Encoding<>>>>> endobj 42 0 obj<> endobj 43 0 obj<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text]/ExtGState<>>> endobj 44 0 obj<> endobj 45 0 obj<> endobj 46 0 obj<> endobj 47 0 obj<> endobj 48 0 obj<> endobj 49 0 obj<> endobj 50 0 obj<> endobj 51 0 obj<>stream However, it now looks like – with the support of the three Xenophon senators – the bill would, most likely, be passed. In the past, a media company could only own a TV station, a newspaper business BUT NOT a radio station in the same territory. Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (Foreign Media Ownership, Community Radio and Other Measures) Act 2018 Australian Communications and Media Authority Act 2005 Superseded It’s (A) not been a huge priority for the government and (B) the new changes are fundamentally (and remain so) opposed by Labor and the Greens. 0000003215 00000 n 0000001207 00000 n One: it will make media companies far more attractive to investors – particularly to cashed-up overseas ones. 0000004133 00000 n That means pay TV providers – namely Foxtel – could bid for the rights to things like an Ashes series or the Melbourne Cup (events deemed “culturally significant”) and typically given to the free-to-air networks first. Traditional foreign media ownership laws have been abandoned. Probably. Controls over media ownership in Australia are laid down in the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, administered by the ACMA. Ownership of national and the newspapers of each capital city are dominated by two corporations, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp, (which was founded in Adelaide but is now based from the United States) and Nine Entertainment– Murdoch … Rightly or wrongly, Seven, Nine and Ten argue they can re-invest those monies back into homegrown TV and drama which is good news for actors, screenwriters, producers and the likes. Chloe Schneider joins the Bohemia team and provides DIY press pic thanks to local passport photo booth. Although Australia's media ownership laws have remained unchanged for over a decade, debate on the desirability of reform has continued unabated. 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But that will cost the free to airs $130 million a year in ad revenues? Discover the power of PR by reading this submitted press release. The Nine-owned Sydney Morning Herald, is today reporting that Stan (also owned by Nine) will offer Stan Sport as a supplementary service, meaning fans must also have a subscription to Stan’s […].