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Communications and media in Australia

Our Communications and media in Australia series features a range of research publications looking at the Australian communications and media landscape.

Our interactive reports are updated each year. Using our annual consumer survey data, they explore changes in how we connect, interact and engage with the digital environment.

The Trends and developments series draws on industry data and our annual consumer survey to provide an overview of the telecommunications, radiocommunications and broadcasting sectors each financial year.

Our snapshots and research reports explore a topic of interest using results from our annual consumer research.

The series replaces our previously published communications reports. You can access older archived reports in the Publications section or through the website’s search function.


The Communications and media in Australia series

Annual consumer survey interactive reports

Trends and development series

Snapshots and research reports

About the research  

This report is part of the ACMA research program, which provides evidence to inform our decision-making. 

See the methodology used to produce the How we communicate, How we use the internet, and How we watch and listen to content interactive reports and details about the ACMA annual consumer survey.

Our data quality statement summarises all known data quality issues relating to the ACMA annual consumer survey.

See our glossary of terms used in the ACMA annual consumer survey interactive reports.


Communications report archive 

ACMA research program

This series is part of the ACMA research program, which contributes to our work by providing:

  • an evidence base to inform our policy development and decision making
  • a better understanding of the communications and media markets, and the issues that matter to Australian consumers.

Further information

Find out more about our recent research and ACMA publications.


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