The Australian Competition Authority proposes to authorize a national union of commercial radio broadcasters to collectively bargain with two Big Tech companies (Commercial Radio Australia / Google / Facebook)

ACCC proposes to authorise Commercial Radio Australia to collectively bargain with Google and Facebook* The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to authorise Commercial Radio Australia (CRA) to collectively negotiate with Facebook and Google over payment for their member stations’ news content featured on the platforms. CRA, a radio industry association, currently represents 261 member stations, which provide commercial radio broadcasting and audio content to Australian communities on analogue and digital radio and via online platforms. The draft determination will authorise CRA to collectively negotiate on behalf of all of

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Australian Competition Authority, The Australian Competition Authority proposes to authorize a national union of commercial radio broadcasters to collectively bargain with two Big Tech companies (Commercial Radio Australia / Google / Facebook), 10 September 2021, e-Competitions September 2021, Art. N° 102349

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