The ACMA Communications Report 2006-07 report provides a comprehensive survey of the Australian communications industry for 2006-07 and covers many aspects of the broadcasting, internet, radiocommunications and telecommunications industries.
Highlighting the ACMA's broadening regulatory responsibilities, the report focuses on the communications industry's performance in providing services to residential and business consumers, and on how the industry is meeting its regulatory obligations. The industry's performance in providing consumer benefits and wider economic benefits is also assessed.
The report was tabled in Parliament on 28 April 2008.
Structure of the report
Starting with introductory comments by the Chairman and an executive summary, the report contains eight chapters and a set of appendixes. A glossary and index is also provided.
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ACMA Communications Report 2006-07
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- Chairman's foreword and executive summary
- Chapter 1 The Australian communications environment
- Chapter 2 Consumers and consumer protection
- Chapter 3 The Australian communications industry
- Chapter 4 Telecommunications industry performance in meeting regulatory obligations
- Chapter 5 Broadcasting industry performance in meeting regulatory obligations
- Chapter 6 Communications services in remote Indigenous communities
- Chapter 7 Economic benefits resulting from changes in telecommunications services
- Chapter 8 Contemporary issues in Australian communications