The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) lays out the following process for lodging a complaint about something you have heard on Rhema FM Tamworth.
Complain to the broadcaster first using the contact form above—this is because broadcasters have primary responsibility for programs they broadcast. It’s important to follow the right process if you want the broadcaster to consider your complaint.
If you are not satisfied with the response from the broadcaster, or have not heard back from the broadcaster after 60 days, you can complain to the ACMA:
- When lodging your complaint with the ACMA, please provide a copy of the original complaint to the broadcaster, a copy of the broadcaster’s reply if one has been received, and any other relevant communication with the broadcaster.
- You can submit your complaint to the ACMA using the ACMA complaint form, by email to email@example.com, or by writing to us at PO Box Q500, Queen Victoria Building NSW 1230.