Australian Bureau of Statistics
8679.0 - Television, Film and Video Production and Post-Production Services, Australia, 2006-07 Quality Declaration
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/07/2008
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COMMERCIAL TELEVISION BROADCASTING
Collectively, commercial free-to-air and subscription television broadcasters employed 10,032 people. The majority (69.6% or 6,980 people) were employed by commercial free-to-air television broadcasters. Permanent full-time employees accounted for 72.9% (5,086 people) of employment by commercial free-to-air television broadcasters. Casual employees made up 22.7% of the total (1,582 people). Males accounted for more than half (58.9% or 4,109 people) of total employment for these businesses.STATES AND TERRITORIES
The graph below shows that New South Wales accounted for 42.6% (2,970 people) of total employment and 48.7% ($2,206m) of income for commercial free-to-air television broadcasters. Victoria accounted for 20.5% (1,431 people) of total employment and 21% ($950.1m) of total income.
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