Australian Community Television Alliance (ACTA) is a not-for-profit
industry association representing free-to-air community television (CTV)
channels licensed by the Australian Government under the Cth.
Broadcasting Services Act, 1992.
ACTA has been established to represent existing and potential CTV
licensees and to advance the interests of community television.
ACTA is currently governed by an executive group currently
consisting of the heads of the capital city CTV stations.
Full voting membership of ACTA is open to CTV licensees who
broadcast for more than 12 hours per day for at least 5 days per
week. Non-voting associate membership is open to CTV licensees not
meeting this qualification.
Funding is now available for community television content production. The Community Broadcasting Foundation has opened the next grant funding round for community television program production.
total of almost $300,000 is available to help support community producers, particularly for new and innovative program concepts. Grant applications close on Friday 15 March 2013. For more information, visit the CBF website.