The use and management of the electromagnetic spectrum to broadcast and receive signals is governed by the Wireless Telegraphy Act 20061.
Where broadcasting is used as a term to describe the transmission of audiovisual content intended for presentation to members of the public, however, the following statutes apply:
(1) the Broadcasting Act 19902;
(2) the Broadcasting Act 19963; and
(3) the Communications Act 20034.
The main purposes of the Broadcasting Act 1990 were to make new provision with respect to the provision and regulation of independent television and sound programme and related services (especially in order to stimulate competition within the
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