Rennie, Elinor
March 2003
Javnost-The Public;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
Compares the regime for community television access in Australia with conceptions of access based on the notion of the information commons, in particular the Internet. Analysis of the formation of policy justifications for community broadcasting in the digital television environment; Political consequences of the rise of the Internet for all sectors of the media; Discussion of the digital television policy in Australia in 2003.


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