Music, Film & TV on the Internet - A Guide for Parents and Teachers


The Australian version of the major consumer education campaign by the non-profit organisation Childnet International was released in March 2011, supported by a partnership between the music, film, and TV industries. The campaign started in the UK at the end of last year and has been rolled out in multiple countries and languages throughout the world.

Music, Film, TV and the Internet – a guide for parents and teachers provides straightforward, practical and jargon-free advice to parents and teachers on how children can, safely and legally, access entertainment on the internet.

The guide has been produced by Childnet International and is supported by Pro-music, the international information campaign launched in 2004 under the umbrella of major and independent record companies, publishers, performers and musicians.   In Australia, the guide is supported through Music Rights Australia and the Intellectual Property Awareness Trust.

The Guide is available for viewing and download here.