Private member’s bill bids to tackle media ownership
Ms Murphy said: “We are seeing in the US how vital an independent and diverse media is in the face of huge challenges to democracy and the rule of law.
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Clyburn spoke about the importance of increasing diversity in media ownership, and she laid out her plan for changing this, dubbed the “#Solutions2020 Call to Action Plan.”
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“Some youths and women participants do not have access to diverse media platforms, but as secondary consumers, they have access to what their male counterparts, whether their fathers or husbands, have access to.”
Pauline Hanson’s One Nation is preparing to torpedo the Turnbull’s government’s proposed changes to media ownership regulation, but will support TV licence fee reductions in the next budget.
With Labor and the Greens against the bill in its current form, the changes are unlikely to gain enough support to pass the upper house. Asked if One Nation will vote against the bill, Ms Hanson last night told The Australian: “I’m not making any comment.”
A new digital broadcast TV station in Houston is in the works that will feature African-American culture and entertainment.
As Black History Month rolls in, details are emerging on a new digital broadcast TV channel in Houston that will feature African-American culture and entertainment.
The four big players in the South African print media collude “with forces of darkness to peddle propaganda against the ANC and its government for the purpose of advancing regime change”.
That’s according to African National Congress Women’s League (ANCWL) secretary-general Meokgo Matuba‚ who on Friday demanded that “government must ensure that it assists in developing black-owned print media houses of which 50 % of that must be women-owned”.
Tom Wheeler’s FCC says it has created “unprecedented opportunities for new and diverse media voices to find audiences,” primarily through Open Internet policies like Title II reclassification of ISPs.
That is according to the triennial report to Congress on ways it has limited the barriers to entry into the communications business by entrepreneurs and small businesses.