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Remaking the Determination of Class Licences and sunsetting of the Additional Conditions – Open Narrowcasting Radio Services Notice

Consultation closes: 17 February 2017

IFC: 1/2017

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Submissions

The ACMA received two submissions to this consultation. These can be access via the right hand index under 'Other submissions received'. 

 

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Consultation paper:
Proposal to remake the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 (01/10/1992) – Determination of Class Licences and to allow the Broadcasting Services (Additional Conditions – Open Narrowcasting Radio Services) Notice 2002 to sunset.

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Draft Broadcasting Services (Class Licences) Determination 2017

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Additional information

 

High power and low power radio open narrowcasters: programming and broadcasting data

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Broadcasting Services Act 1992 – Determination of Class Licences (01/10/1992)

 

Broadcasting Services (Additional Conditions – Open Narrowcasting Radio Services) Notice 2002

 

Summary

The ACMA is consulting on a proposal to:

  • revoke and remake the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 – Determination of Class Licences (01/10/1992) (the Determination of Class Licences)
  • allow the Broadcasting Services (Additional Conditions – Open Narrowcasting Radio Services) Notice 2002 (the Additional Conditions - Open Narrowcasting Radio Services Notice) to be repealed automatically without remaking the instrument.

The Determination of Class Licences will sunset on 1 October 2017 unless it is revoked and remade before this date. The ACMA proposes to remake the legislative instrument without any significant changes before 1 October 2017 so that its ongoing effect is preserved.

In addition, the ACMA is proposing to allow the Additional Conditions – Open Narrowcasting Radio Services Notice to sunset, that is, be repealed automatically without remaking it. The Notice is due to sunset on 1 April 2017. For the reasons set out in the consultation paper, the ACMA considers it appropriate that it be allowed to do so.

Issue for comment

Opportunity to provide feedback

The ACMA welcomes comment from interested stakeholders on the two proposals in the consultation paper.

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