Survival Day Broadcast

Radio Survival is a special broadcast on DAB+ Digital Radio, the Community Radio Network and the National Indigenous Radio Network.

26 January of each year has many meanings for Australians. For First Nations or Aboriginal Australians, it is a day acknowledging survival, a testament to the many battles that have been fought, a testament to those who have gone before us and those that will come after us as we seek true and proper recognition of First Nations people in our country.

Radio Survival is a digital pop-up broadcast in Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. Utilising the efforts of four First Nations controlled community radio stations on the digital platform, it’s a unique first.

Radio Survival will broadcast from midday to midnight, including live crosses across the nation to Yabun Festival in Sydney, 98.9fm in Brisbane, Survival Perth 2014 from Noongar Radio and 3KND in Melbourne. Content will include live music, documentaries, interviews and panel discussion.

Further information is available at radiosurvival2014.org or via info@radiosurvival2014.org

Posted Thu, 16/01/2014 - 3:53pm by cbaa_admin