Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Code (ABAC) Management Committee.
The Alcohol Beverages Advertising Code Scheme is the centrepiece of Australia’s quasi-regulatory system for alcohol advertising. It is administered by a Management Committee which includes industry, advertising and government representatives.
The AANA represents the rights and responsibilities of companies and individuals involved in Australia’s advertising, marketing and media industry.
ACMA is the Commonwealth Government organisation responsible for the regulation of broadcasting, radiocommunications, telecommunications and online content.
The ACCC’s primary responsibility is to ensure that individuals and businesses comply with Commonwealth competition, fair trading and consumer protection laws.
ADMA is Australia's principal body for information based marketing.
The AFGC is the national body representing the nation's food and grocery products manufacturers.
Matters which can be investigated by the AHRC include discrimination on the grounds of race, colour or ethnic origin, racial vilification, sex, sexual harassment, marital status, pregnancy, or disability.
AMRA is an industry trade organisation in place to support music and entertainment retailers.
Australian Press Council (APC)
The APC is a self regulatory body set up by the print media, and acts as a forum for complaints concerning the press.
ARIA's primary objective is to advance the interests of the Australian record industry by ensuring ARIA is a cohesive, effective and respected organisation.
ASTRA's role is to provide its members with a strong presence by providing a single, unified voice on issues affecting subscription television.
The Association aims to promote, represent and advance the interests of beer brewers in Australia and New Zealand.
CHOICE (previously Australian Consumers' Association)
CHOICE is a non-profit organisation which empowers consumers to get the most out of all their purchasing decisions by providing a mix of advocacy and advice.
Commercial Radio Australia is the national industry body representing Australia's commercial radio broadcasters.
Communications Alliance was formed to provide a unified voice for the Australian communications industry and to lead it into the next generation of converging networks, technologies and services.
The Communications Council aims to promote responsible marketing communications and effective self regulation.
The CBAA is the peak body for community radio and television stations.
The FCAI is the peak industry organisation representing the automotive industry in Australia.
Free TV Australia's marketing division is responsible for compiling and distributing facts about commercial television to assist advertisers in their media planning and buying decisions.
CAD provides classification and information services to advertisers, agencies and production houses in relation to television commercials.
The IAB helps its members identify best roles for interactive advertising, engage customers and build brands. Members include media owners through to individual bloggers.
IGEA is a national industry association proactively representing companies in the interactive entertainment industry.
The Alliance is the union and professional organisation which covers people working in the media, entertainment, sports and arts industries.
NewsMedia Works advocates across a spectrum of commercial and editorial areas on behalf of the news publishing industry.
The OMA is the industry body which represents the majority of outdoor media contractors and production facilities in Australia.
Standards Australia ensures the effective development of standards and recognition of other standardisation bodies by providing an active forum for discussion, debate and consensus.
TIO is a free and independent alternative dispute resolution scheme for small business and residential consumers in Australia with unresolved complaints about their telephone or internet services.
Advertisements for therapeutic goods directed to consumers must comply with the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code. Complaints about advertising of therapeutic goods are considered by the TGACC.