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Three Reasons Why the ACMA May Give 2Day FM a Break

Monday 27 April, 2015

Comment from Peter Saxon

Shortly, if not already, Southern Cross Austereo, owners of 2Day FM should receive notification of the penalty that the ACMA will impose on them for having breached a condition of their Broadcasting Licence. The breach, according to the ACMA, is that they have used their licence in the commission of a criminal offence by contravening section 11.1 of the NSW Surveillance Devices act of 2007 in relation to what has now become known as The Royal Prank. SCA have 15 days to consider it before it is made public. 

ACMA releases Royal Prank Call report

Wednesday 22 April, 2015

The ACMA has published the report of its investigation into the 2Day FM’s Royal Prank Call incident.

The ACMA’s investigation found that Today FM breached:

Nurse's family wants harsh penalties for 2Day

Thursday 05 March, 2015

The family of Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who committed suicide after 2Day FM’s royal prank call, hope that the recent ruling by the High Court of Australia will result in harsh penalties for the station.

Jacinta Saldanha transferred a call from 2Day presenters Mel Greig and Michael Christan, who posed as the Queen and Prince Phillip to a ward nurse, who gave the duo an update on the condition of Kate Middleton’s morning sickness.

Court finds the ACMA can investigate 2Day FM

Friday 08 November, 2013

2Day FM has lost it’s attempt to stop the ACMA from further investigating the station to find evidence that it broke the law when it broadcast the now infamous royal prank call last year.
The ACMA believes 2Day breached the licence condition that states a licensee must not use its broadcasting service in the commission of an offence.

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