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24th October, 2014
Turnbull announces plans to shut down independent media: Cui bono?
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has recently announced his decision to shut down Australian Community Television (ACT) by forcing it off free-to-air television by the end of 2015. This will shut down independent ideas and local Australian content in the only accessible video medium for the majority of Australians, and which is watched by 3.8 million viewers weekly. Under conditions of current technology, the “internet only” video option Turnbull claims will fully replace ACT is just not practical for the majority of Australians, nor will it be for several years. ACT Alliance secretary Richard McLelland has warned that forcing Community Television to an “internet only” option will be the “death knell of Community Television in Australia”.
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Bailout or bail-in? Craig Isherwood reflects on the dangers facing Australia's financial system.