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The RCTS regions correspond with the ABC's own Homestead and Community Broadcasting Satellite Services (HACBSS) of which there are also four. Consistent with the dual system of broadcasting, the programming offered by RCTS was meant to complement the offerings of HACBSS. To this extent the Australian Broadcasting Tribunal supported a minimum of localism in the new satellite delivered commercial television services, both in terms of local community and regional program content and in ownership of the licences.
Department of Communications (I983) 'Minister expresses concern over "unrealistic expectations" on satellite', Media Release IOI/83, I2 October. - - - (I985) 'Equalisation of new services long term goal', Media Release 3I/85, 30 April. Fraser, Doug (I 98 5) 'Television and the Satellite I-III', Current Issues Brief, Parliamentary Library, Canberra. Howitt, Richie and Douglas, John (I983) Aborigines and Mining Companies in Northern Australia, Alternative Publishing Co- Aborigines, Aussat and Remote Australia 45 operative, Sydney.
This was a crude euphemism for Sydney based national commercial television networking. The essential aim of 'equalisation' was to provide all Australians, with the exception of remote area dwellers, with three commercial television services just like (literally) Sydney or Melbourne. The first phase of the 'equalisation' objective focused on the eastern states where the bulk of the regional television stations, as well as Australian population, are located. In the 1987 autumn session of federal Parliament a package of legislation scraped through the Senate which radically altered broadcasting law to an unprecedented degree.
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