ACMA proposes draft Television Licence Area Plans for Regional Victoria, Mildura/Sunraysia, and Griffith and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area
The consultation period has now closed. The ACMA received the following submissions
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is seeking public comment on the following draft Television Licence Area Plans (TLAPs) for Regional Victoria, Mildura/Sunraysia, and Griffith and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA):
- Television Licence Area Plan (Regional Victoria) 2012
- Television Licence Area Plan (Mildura/Sunraysia) 2012
- Television Licence Area Plan (Griffith and the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area) 2012
The draft TLAPs have been released with accompanying planning data documents for each area along with a discussion paper and an engineering report.
The documents are available on the ACMA’s website or by calling (02) 9334 7738.
More information on the ACMA’s broadcast planning process and television licence area plans can be found at the ACMA’s website.
Written submissions on the matters raised in the draft TLAPs are welcome.
Submissions must be received by the ACMA by close of business on 27 January 2012.
Submissions should be sent either:
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or
Draft TLAPs for Regional Victoria, Mildura/Sunraysia, and Griffith and the MIA
Digital Television Licensing Section
Australian Communications and Media Authority
PO Box 78
BELCONNEN ACT 2616
Please quote file reference ACMA2011/1469 with your submission.
Publication of submissions
Note that the ACMA cannot accept claims of confidentiality over submissions received (for example, any submission marked ‘In Confidence’, ‘Confidential’ or similar). All submissions it receives are required to be made available for public inspection under subsection 27(2) of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992. Please contact the ACMA prior to lodgement if you have any concerns or queries about this.
The ACMA is working to enhance the effectiveness of its stakeholder consultation processes, which are an important source of evidence for its regulatory development activities. To assist stakeholders in formulating submissions to its formal, written consultation processes, it has developed a guide called Effective consultation: A guide to making a submission. This guide provides information about the ACMA’s formal, written, public consultation processes and practical guidance on how to make a submission.