The Morrison Government will provide Melbourne and Adelaide community television stations, C31 and C44, with a final 12-month extension of their television licences to assist them in finalising the transition to digital delivery of their services…
30 June 2020
The Morrison Government has today announced $5.5 million over four years for the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA) to support the digitisation of historic audiovisual material and creation of the National Centre for Excellence in Audiovisual…
30 June 2020
The Morrison Government has today announced that 107 regional publishers and broadcasters who applied to the Public Interest News Gathering (PING) Program will receive a share of $50 million in funding committed to support regional news services…
29 June 2020
The Morrison Government welcomes the release today of a position paper from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to guide digital platforms in developing a voluntary code to protect consumers from misinformation and promote…
The Morrison Government will provide an additional $8 million for the National Library of Australia over the next two years to support the ongoing development of Australia’s digital heritage portal, Trove.
Thousands of Northern Sydney and Central Coast residents can now experience greater connectivity on their daily commute with free Wi-Fi now available at 19 train stations on the rail line from Hornsby to Wyong.
Thousands of jobs across Australia’s arts industry will be backed with a new $250 million targeted package to help restart the creative economy and get the entertainment, arts and screen sectors back to work, as they rebuild from the impacts of…
25 June 2020
The Morrison Government welcomes the launch of audio description on ABC and SBS television programs from today, making content more accessible for blind and vision impaired Australians.
22 June 2020
Five regional artists and arts workers have been awarded a National Regional Arts Fellowship to support their arts practice in their local regions.
16 June 2020
The Morrison Government completely rejects the misleading and baseless claims from Labor that temporary regulatory relief for Australia Post will force job losses and reduce rates of pay.
12 June 2020