(1) A person may apply to the ACMA for a licence to provide an international broadcasting service if no nominated broadcaster declaration is in force in relation to that service.
(1A) If a person is the holder of a nominated broadcaster declaration in relation to an international broadcasting service proposed to be provided by another person (the content provider ):
(a) the holder of the declaration may, on behalf of the content provider, apply to the ACMA for a licence authorising the content provider to provide the international broadcasting service; and
(b) if an application is made under paragraph (a)--the content provider is taken to be the applicant for the licence.
(1B) An application under this section may only be made on the basis of one licence per service.
(2) An application under this section must:
(a) be in accordance with a form approved in writing by the ACMA; and
(b) be accompanied by the application fee determined in writing by the ACMA.