Convergence only one part of the media problem • Inside Story Concentration of media ownership (also known as media consolidation or media convergence) is a process whereby progressively fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media. The convergence idea is not new – in Australian media history terms, it is. Media ownership rules are an obvious example of an alnment.
Concentrated media ownership a crisis for The old order of television, print and radio remains important and familiar, but what is exciting is the emergence of a new world of social and mobile media. With the alarming concentration of media ownership in Australia and the advent of PR driven journalism, for the sake of democracy, the public.
Media Ownership Regulation in Australia – Hana Aoake Billy Apple Fiona Clark Ayesha Green Gil Hanly Ngahuia Harrison David Hatcher Ana Iti John Miller Fiona Pardington John Pule John Reynolds Natalie Robertson Peter Robinson Salome Tanuvasa The Estate of L. It is precarious, it is transforming, and it promises horizons. They can spring from a source greater than individual curators or practitioners. Although Australia's media ownership laws have remained unchanged for over a decade, debate on the desirability of reform has continued unabated.
Democracy and diversity media ownership in Australia - Video clip synopsis – Trevor Barr looks forward to the future of broadcasting and the internet in Australia. Broadband MP4 ownership_bb.mp4 (3.7MB), suitable for i Pods and computer downloads. You can view his full biography at From Wireless to Web The website is a selective history of broadcast media in Australia. The democratic ideal of a media which is impartial, and desned to inform citizens, is inevitably compromised as media ownership becomes.