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Public broadcasting stations 5UV, 5MMM-FM and 5EBI-FM Adelaide : licence renewal inquiries / Australian Broadcasting Tribunal
Bib ID 2246482
Format BookBook
Author
Australian Broadcasting Tribunal
 
Description [Sydney] : The Tribunal, 1983 
iv, 51 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Report (Australian Broadcasting Tribunal) ; no. 149/83R(R).

Notes

Alternate title: Inquiries into applications for renewal of licences for three public broadcasting stations in Adelaide, South Australia.

Subjects Radio broadcasting -- Licenses -- South Australia -- Adelaide.

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