The Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA) have begun the exciting and challenging mission of  rebuilding their website and they're looking for your help.

 The ACMA will be holding a workshop in Sydney to gouge your views on what the new website should look like and how it best meet the needs of its users. The new site will communicate, facilitate and regulate media and communications in Australia’s public interest.

Who can attend?

Absolutely anyone. The ACMA is seeking to collaborate with all segments of the community who are affected by, or are direct consumers of, the communications and media tools and services that form such a large part of our daily lives. This will give the ACMA the best chance of meeting the needs of all users of communications and media services.

This collaboration will strengthen our understanding of what matters most to citizens and consumers in the media and communication space, how they go about fulfilling their needs and goals and what is the best way to help them achieve that.

To that end, the ACMA is researching user needs to reach practical conclusions on how best to use the web channel as a means of engaging and delivering services for our users. The ACMA would like to recruit a broad sample of users from the general community  in order to engage in direct research activities. The ACMA is looking to reflect the wide diversity of the community in the workshops to give us

Workshop details

The workshop will involve a range of structured activities, such as consumer interest areas in the communication and media space, design and interface preferences and many more collaborative activities.

Date: 3 May 2011

Time: 2pm to 6:30pm

Location: TBC, Sydney

Interested in attending?  

If you are interested in attending please reply to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The ACMA will in touch with you closer to the time to inform you of the exact venue location. In your reply, please indicate your profile by providing the following information:




One line highlighting what concerns you most in the media and communications space



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