Working with the BBC was easier, but here's my letter to the CEO of Radio Australia:
25 February 2017
GPO Box 9994, Melbourne
Dear Mr McCluskey,
I am corresponding by mail to ask for assistance with a request I have asked for twice thru your web site since December 2016 which have not been answered.
I am a backer of the Crowd Funded satellite broadcasting project called Outernet. It is described at www.outernet.is
Outernet is a free L-band satellite information distribution system operating on a world-wide basis downloading news, weather, and other information from 3 Intelsat satellites that cover the globe. I-4 F1 APAC (Asia-Pacific) at 143.5-degrees East broadcasts to all of Australia and Asia. Its primary goal is to reach people with no reliable internet infrastructure (or who are censured by their Governments as China and Iran does) by broadcasting to their small $100 cigar box sized terminals.
Currently, Outernet broadcasts Really Simple Syndication (RSS) news feeds from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Voice of America (VOA), Deutsche Welle (DW), Eurek!Alert, Al Jazeera, MEDLINE, and the World Health Organization. BBC news is provided Hindi, Mandarin Chinese, and Arabic.
There are a number of Australian Outernet Crowd Fund backers living in your Outback who would also be very pleased to see your RSS news over the satellite.
Thank you for consideration of this matter.
Kenneth W. Barbi