|SENATE SELECT COMMITTEE ON TELEVISION EQUALISATION Report to the Senate March 1987||1|
|AUSTRALIAN SENATE TELEVISION EQUALISATION Report of the Senate Select Committee||3|
|TABLE OF CONTENTS||13|
|INTRODUCTION ORIGINS OF THE INQUIRY||15|
|CHAPTER 1 REGULATION OF THE OWNERSHIP OF COMMERCIAL TELEVISION||29|
|CHAPTER 2 CROSS-MEDIA OWNERSHIP||51|
|CHAPTER 3 OBJECT OF THE BILLS||63|
|CHAPTER 4 EQUALISATION||93|
|CHAPTER 5 PATHS TO EQUALISATION||113|
|CHAPTER 6 AGGREGATION VIA MULTI-CHANNEL SERVICES||125|
|CHAPTER 7 AGGREGATION||135|
|CHAPTER 8 LOCALISM||157|
|CHAPTER 9 FREQUENCY ALLOCATION FOR NEW SERVICES UNDER EQUALISATION||171|
|APPENDIX I RESOLUTIONS OF THE SENATE RELATING TO THE COMMITTEE||291|
|APPENDIX II INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANISATIONS WHO MADE WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS TO THE COMMITTEE||295|
|APPENDIX III WITNESSES WHO APPEARED AT PUBLIC HEARINGS||299|
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| author1=Australia. Parliament. Senate. Select Committee on Television Equalisation.
| title=Television equalisation : report of the Senate Select Committee
| section=x, 288 pages : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 106 of 1987
| publisher=Australian Government Publishing Service
| access-date=12 May 2021
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