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Community attitudes to radio content

This research examines the views and attitudes of Australian radio listeners to the material they hear on radio. The report includes information about broad radio listening behaviours and preferences, community concerns about offensive radio content, attitudes toward inappropriate radio content, the importance of commercial radio (including talkback) as a source of news and current affairs, views on advertising, influence and the disclosure of sponsors, and listeners' understanding of the commercial radio complaints process. Findings are from a national telephone survey of 1537 Australians aged 15 years and over which was undertaken in February 2009.

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Last updated: 14 September 2016