Broadcasting is defined for the purposes of this title in two ways:
(1) the transmission of a broadcast signal by physical act (with the associated law describing allocation of the electromagnetic spectrum1, and, where required, the licensing of its use2);
(2) the provision of programme services that are embodied in a broadcast transmission and are available for reception by members of the public (with the associated law describing, in particular, public service broadcast services (whether licensed or not) and services provided on demand, by cable and by satellite3, the regulation of broadcast media content4, and the structure of the
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