The 12 pieces made for the inaugural Documentary & Features Competition, run by the CBAA and the CMTO are ready for airtime. These will be available to stations for local broadcast through the CRN programming service in October and November.

The Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull has today announced that community television stations will only be licensed until the end of 2015.

The CBAA is pleased to announce it will be offering travel subsidies to assist with the cost of travel associated with attending the 2014 CBAA Conference.  

Community broadcasting in Australia continues to amaze, with the quality, vitality and diversity of the nation reflected via its largest independent media sector.

Yesterday, 60 politicians and sector representatives gathered at a Community Broadcasting Morning Tea event hosted by the Minister for Communications at Parliament House.
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