Owners of subscription TV licences and those who run TV drama channels must put money into new local dramas.
New eligible drama expenditure scheme
- The scheme tells broadcasters and people who provide TV channels how much money they need to put into new local dramas.
- They must put the money into shows that meet the rules as ‘eligible drama programs’.
- 10 per cent of spending on drama channels must be on new local dramas.
You can find out details about the scheme in section 103 of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992.
Learn more about the rules TV broadcasters must follow.