Australian Press Council
The Australian Press Council, which was established in 1976, administers a self-regulatory code for the Australian print media. On its website it describes it aims as "to help preserve the traditional freedom of the press within Australia and ensure that the free press acts responsibly and ethically."
Suite 10.02, 117 York Street,
Phone: (02) 9261 1930 or 1800 025712
Fax: (02) 9267 6826
Articles and resources
Related Sourcewatch articles
- "About the Council", Australian Press Council, accessed October 2009.
- Ken McKinnon, "The press has more readers but less freedom", Sydney Morning Herald, October 13, 2006, page 13. (Not available free online)
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