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Lynn Gailey

Lynn Gailey

Lynn Gailey was the Music Council's research manager up to 2012.

Australian Content Support to Music

The 2012 Convergence Review Proposed Improvements Author References The 2012 Convergence Review In late 2011 and early 2012, the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy conducted a Review of Convergence. The Convergence Review Committee released an Interim Report

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Broadcasting Content Quotas — Appendix D – International

Office of the United States Trade Representative – National Trade Estimate Report 2010 ARGENTINA AUSTRALIA BRAZIL CANADA CHINA EUROPEAN UNION INDIA INDONESIA ISRAEL KOREA MALAYSIA MEXICO SINGAPORE SOUTH AFRICA SRI LANKA SWITZERLAND TAIWAN UKRAINE VENEZUELA VIETNAM Author Office of the

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The Music Industry and the Regulatory Environment

The State of the Australian Music Industry Just a Few Possibilities for Change that Might Assist Australian Musicians Music quotas on radio Film, television and television commercials quotas New funding models Regulating for the Future Appendix A – 2011 Review

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Broadcasting Content Quotas — Appendix A – The USA

Content Regulation and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution Author References Content Regulation and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution The courts have rarely treated content-based regulation of journalism with any sympathy. In Herald Publishing Co.

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Broadcasting Content Quotas — Appendix B – History in Australian Radio

Australia music content regulation timeline – radio Wireless Telegraphy Act 1905 — federal government becomes responsible for broadcasting. Federal government nationalizes transmission facilities and contracts programming to the Australian Broadcasting Company, a company nationalized under the Australian Broadcasting Commission Act

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The Role of Music Quotas in Radio

Commentary Australia — Radio Does the Code of Practice Work? Can the Code be of Practice be Changed? Should it be Changed? References Author Commentary Most discussion of content quotas covers all broadcasting quotas and tends to concentrate on television.

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