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The ACMA has filed proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia against Balaska Pty Ltd, a solar business, and V Marketing Pty Ltd, a call centre, and their respective Directors, alleging breaches of telemarketing laws.
Primus Telecommunications Pty Ltd and iSelect Limited have each paid infringement notices of $8,400 and Dodo Services Pty Ltd has been formally warned, for telemarketing to consumers after they had withdrawn their consent.
Foxtel Management Pty Ltd has paid a $25,200 infringement notice for breaching laws that require telemarketers to end a call immediately when asked.
Applications are open for a new round of funding grants targeted at regional publishers of public interest journalism. The Regional Grant Opportunity is an additional grant opportunity under the Regional and Small Publishers Innovation Fund, designed to make residual funding from round one of the Innovation Fund available for new activities. Use the postcode of your primary operations to work out if you are in an eligible regional area by referring to the Regional Grant Opportunity postcode finder available from GrantConnect. https://www.grants.gov.au/?event=public.GO.show&GOUUID=638883B6-04FB-AF46-2638FD3BD010666A Applications close on 14 June, 2pm (AEST)
Radio fans in Murray Bridge, Mount Barker and Victor Harbor might need to retune from AM to FM with a proposal to change from AM to FM for 5MU. ‘FM radio provides improved audio quality for listeners in regional areas and can be more cost-effective to operate than AM radio,’ said ACMA Chair Nerida O’Loughlin. Submissions on the proposals are due by 14 June 2019. The ACMA is also proposing to plan a new long-term community radio broadcasting service for Mount Barker, which is currently served by temporary community broadcasting services. More information about AM-FM conversion is available here. https://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/proposal-to-vary-the-murray-bridge-and-riverland-licence-area-plans
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