Tuesday 6 June 2023
17:30 – 19:00 AEST
The Australian content sector is expecting significant regulatory reform over the short to medium term. The anticipated changes, which will impact the content Australians have access to, include an increased focus on Australian content on SVODs, the role of interactive online games, and changes to anti-siphoning regulation for Australian sport. At the same time, the Government has announced further powers for the ACMA regarding online misinformation and disinformation, and proposed legislation for the prominence of Australian broadcasters on connected televisions.
In this seminar, we heard from the Deputy Chair and CEO of the Australian Communications and Media Authority, Creina Chapman, followed by a panel of industry experts who explored these areas of proposed change, and what they might mean for businesses and audiences.
Creina Chapman, Deputy Chair and Chief Executive Officer, ACMA
Ben Au – Director, Policy & Government Affairs, Interactive Games & Entertainment Association
Additional speakers to be announced soon
This is an in-person event, kindly hosted by King & Wood Mallesons.
The forum will run from 17.30 to 18.30, and then light refreshments will be served from 18.30 to 19.00.
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