The Australian Indigenous Communications Association
The Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA) is the national peak body of elected representatives for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander covering all aspects of the broadcasting and media sector in Australia.
In collaboration with our members, AICA formulates and advocates policy for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasting and media sector: urban, rural and remote – broadcasting, print, online, film, video & television.
In 2012 AICA produced a discussion paper titled ‘BLACKPRINT’ which proposes a national strategy that goes beyond a ‘blueprint’ to the realisation of a “Blackprint’ for Indigenous owned and controlled media that secures the national and international voice of the First Australians in the 21st Century.
AICA has its main office in Canberra, Australia, and provides support, representation and a voice for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and organisations that are actively involved in, or connected with broadcasting and communications technology.
For more information either visit the AICA Website or contact the Australian Communications & Media Authority.