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OUTPUT 3.1: Public information services and public diplomacy

Administered items for Outcome 3

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Quality indicator

Quantity indicator

Grants were administered in accordance with Government guidelines on the administration of the Discretionary Grants Program. See Appendix 11 for more information about these grants.

Quantity information

Ten grants were administered in 2002–03.

ABC Asia Pacific (ABCAP) television service

Quality indicator

Quantity indicator

The department completed its first review of ABCAP in October 2002. The review found that the satellite television service had satisfactorily met its key performance indicators set out in the contract between the department and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). It operated within its budget parameters and met its advertising target. It also met requirements relating to the development of re-broadcasting arrangements, which it has continued to expand and develop since the completion of the review.

Quantity information

ABCAP is currently available in 25 of 35 countries within the range of its present satellite footprint. It is available to be accessed in ten million households via re-broadcast arrangements, and an unknown number via its free direct-to-home signal. ABCAP estimates that it is available in 36 000 hotel rooms across the region.


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