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2022-2023 CBAA Annual Review and Financial Report Now Available

Joshua Cole, 1st November 2023
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The CBAA is pleased to release our 2022-2023 Annual Review and Financial Report, available here.

The CBAA’s strategy to support our sector remains fit for purpose - we are dedicated to supporting community broadcasters to be stronger and more successful.

Highlights from the year include:

  • Roadmap 2033 - a ten-year vision for the community broadcasting sector that called for engagement with an unprecedented number of sector stakeholders.

  • The use of Amrap.org.au grew, as did the diversity of the music and artists it represents and promotes.

  • We facilitated the launch of digital radio services for three community stations on the Gold Coast.

  • The Community Radio Plus app developed new functionality including popular car app and smart speaker compatibility and station guides.

  • The launch of our Online Community platform - a secure space for members to share knowledge and seek guidance.

As we reflect on the past year, we are proud to share the outcomes we have achieved this year and outline the important new work to come.

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