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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Radio Australia's "Feedback" programme examined the implications of Indonesia's new Broadcasting Bill for international broadcasters. The bill, to be tabled on 29 September, "limits the replay of regular foreign programmes on local television and radio, with the exception of certain sports and some international events", reporter (?Claudette Werden) pointed out. For Radio Australia, the law would mean the cancellation of relays to 24 local affiliates in Indonesia.
The chair of the committee drafting the law, Prof (?Widyatyana Murati), asked how the law would affect the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, said: …