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FREE-TO-AIR TELEVISION Review expected for free-to-air agreement



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FREE-TO-AIR TELEVISION

Review expected for free-to-air agreement


The HREOC agreement covering free-to-air television expires at the end of this year. One of the terms of the agreement is:

By the end of 2006 broadcasters commence a review in consultation with deafness representative organisations of possibilities for further increases in captioning at the expiry of the exemption.

Although nothing public has been announced, we understand that the process is under way and hope to report on this matter further in the next issue.



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