CBAA Conference 2015

2015 Conference at a glance

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The 2015 CBAA Conference took place from 12 - 15 November in beautiful Terrigal on the NSW Central Coast.

Conference Program

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Listen to some of the 2015 conference sessions

2015 CBAA Conference - Academic Research Forum

Helen Henry, 3rd February 2016

Community broadcasting was founded on social good principles, including giving voice to underrepresented groups, and revealing local stories. How do we know whether community media organisations are fulfilling these objectives? What are the broader benefits to society when these objectives are met?

Political Engagement Toolkit

Joel Pringle, 17th November 2015

Provide a platform for the discussion of local issues and focus on community, not partisan politics.

Lex Marinos

Helen Henry, 14th November 2015

Australian actor, director, writer, voice artist and media personality Lex Marinos gave a packed room of CBAA Conference delegates an hour-of-power radio presentation masterclass.

Discover Digital Radio

Chris Yates, 14th November 2015

Around 50 representatives from metro, sub metro and regional stations gathered to learn about the establishment and development of community digital radio, hosted by Kath Letch and featuring Phillip Randall, Chair of the Digital Radio Consultative Committee, Philip Shine, Digital Radio Project Manager, and David Sice, Technical Consultant.

David Crosbie slide

Helen Henry, 14th November 2015

"What I’m going to do is challenge you a bit about what is happening in the charities and NFP sector."

Wendy Bacon

Helen Henry, 14th November 2015

CBAA Conference Keynote Speaker Wendy Bacon's address was an incredibly inspiring look at her own experience of the impact of community media and ideas for the future.