The ABA is the regulator for free-to-air radio and television,
pay TV, digital broadcasting content and Internet
content in Australia. The ABA's role is defined by the
Act 1992 (the BSA). The ABA administers the complaints
system set down in the BSA, and client complaints about us
as covered in our charter.
ABA can't handle
are issues associated with broadcasting which you might think
the ABA deals with, but which are actually the responsibility
of another government agency or industry body.
To help you to decide whether the ABA can deal with your
complaint, here are some examples of issues which are handled
by other bodies and not the ABA.
For bodies not linked to this page check in your local telephone
directory or use the following link to Telstra