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BIGSOUND 2015: How to grow your audience with community radio

Helen Henry, 21st August 2015
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The CBAA and Amrap will be back at music industry conference BIGSOUND in Brisbane this September, leading a panel focused on how community radio empowers Australian artists, music fans, local scenes and culture.

Facilitated by Chris Johnson, artist Emma Donovan, Joe Alexander from BEDROOM SUCK, Anita Nedeljkovic from Corner Presents (The Venue Collective), Stephen Goodhew from FBi Radio, Simon Winkler from Triple R & Michelle Brown from 4ZZZ will talk will talk to delegates about how to grow their audience with community radio.

If you're attending, come and check out the panel on Thursday, 10 September at 3.45pm in The Judith Wright Centre – Music Rehearsal Room. 

BIGSOUND is Australia’s premier music industry conference and artist showcase. For 3 days every September, a vibrant collection of musicians, buyers and experts from across the globe assemble in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley to explore the challenges of the ever-evolving industry and experience the next wave of music from Australia and beyond. The full line up and schedule for this year's event has now been released and is available here

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