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Channel Nine- Australian Media Organisations Presentation
Transcript of Channel Nine- Australian Media Organisations Presentation
Television Nine Network, 100%, an Australian free-to-air television network. TCN Sydney, 100%, a metropolitan television station based in Sydney, Australia.
GTV Melbourne, 100%, a metropolitan television station based in Melbourne, Australia.
QTQ Brisbane, 100%, a metropolitan television station based in Brisbane, Australia.
NTD Darwin, 100%, a metropolitan television station based in Darwin, Australia. GO!, 100%, Australia's highest-rating free-to-air digital multichannel.
GEM, 100%, an Australian free-to-air digital multichannel.
NBN Television, 100%, a regional television station based in Newcastle, Australia.
DTD, 50%, a digital television station based in Darwin, Australia, joint-venture with Southern Cross Media Group. Magazines ACP Magazines, 100%, Australia's leading magazine publisher operating in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the United Kingdom. Digital Ninemsn, 50%, an online entertainment portal, joint-venture with Microsoft.
Carsales Network, 50.6%, Australia's leading online automotive, motorcycle and marine classifieds business.
My Home, 48.75%, an online real estate business, joint-ventue with Shane Dale and My Home Group.
Australian News Channel, 33.33%, a subscription television news service, joint-venture with British Sky Broadcasting and Seven Media Group. Events Ticketek, 100%, an event ticketing business operating in Australia, New Zealand and Argentina.
Acer Arena, 100%, an entertainment and sporting complex located in Sydney, Australia. Funding Channel nine is funded and makes money by companies such as SPC, that want their products or services advertised for audiences to see and recognize. During more popular programs, to play the advertisement prices are increased, as more people will be viewing it. Regulation 1965–1977; 26 January 1988–29 January 2006 1977–26 January 1988; used in on-air idents only 30 January 2006–14 January 2008 14 January 2008–26 September 2009 27 September 2009–present -regulations vary according to the time slot
-governments provide financial assistance
-ACMA main regulation body along side "free tv"
-program content will be regulated
-children tv shows are censored and advertising time
- all children shows have to be Australian
-there are restriction in regards to accessing existing technology for broap THE END