Australia govt grants 2-year licence extension to community TV broadcasters

Friday 1 June 2018 | 11:31 CET | News
The Australian Government has announced that it will provide community television (CTV) broadcasters in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with a further two years of terrestrial broadcasting to assist their transition to online streaming. A further 2-year extension is expected to enable stations in Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne to finalise their arrangements for vacating terrestrial spectrum by 30 June 2020. Services in Brisbane and Sydney have already ceased broadcasting over spectrum.

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