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Thursday, 10 May 2018
Page: 2833


Senator FIFIELD (VictoriaMinister for Communications, Minister for the Arts and Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate) (10:15): There are a range of entities who were provided with a copy of each of the scoping papers on 23 February and were provided with two weeks to provide any comment, by 9 March. I have a long list of the relevant bodies here, and I'll see whether we can put that in a form to table. It involved: ACMA; ASTRA; the Australian Press Council; Commercial Radio Australia; the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia; the Federation of Ethnic Communities Councils of Australia; the Country Press Association; Foxtel; Free TV Australia; the Indigenous Remote Communication Association; the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia; the Walkley Foundation; Universities Australia; Ace Radio; APN News & Media, which is now HT&E Media; Fairfax; Imparja Television; James Yates and Sons Pty Ltd; Junkee Media; The Courier Mail; Mamamia; Macquarie Radio Network; McPherson Media Group; New Matilda; News Corp Australia; Nine Entertainment Co; NOVA Entertainment; Pedestrian; PRIME Media Group; Private Media; Seven West; Southern Cross Austereo; Star News Group; Schwartz Media; Solstice Media; Network Ten; The Conversation Media Group; WIN Corporation; News Beats Project; News and Media Research Centre; the Public Interest Journalism Foundation; The Civic Impact of Journalism; Facebook; Google; Huffington Post Australia; MEAA; Mumbrella; The Guardian Australia; Digital Policy Industry Group; and what looks to be every university in the nation.