International Women's Day 2015

Call-out for International Women's Day content

CBAA Web Articles., 12th February 2015

Share your station's International Women's Day content with the Community Radio Network.

2015’s International Women’s Day is on Sunday, 8 March.

We know that many stations and individual presenter/producers will be planning their own unique programs for the day, and if you feel that they will have national relevance, CRN would like to distribute a variety of special Women’s programs on 8 March via the CRN2 channel and make them available to other CRN stations across the country.

While there are no plans for a 24-hour IWD broadcast on the scale of 2014’s Digital/CRN-distributed ‘Girls To The Mic’ project, we would still like to ensure that the day is marked with some of the sector’s best Women’s programming.

As IWD falls on a Sunday this year, our preference is for pre-recorded programs, so that they can be broadcast through CRN2 automation on the day.

However subject to the availability of appropriate Codec linkage at your station, we are also open to proposed live content on the day.

So if you feel that your station has a relevant program to contribute we’d like to hear from you ASAP.

Your station may also have produced content in the last year that would be relevant for replay on this day eg/a women’s music special or timeless documentary content.


Deadline for applications: Monday 16 February
Deadline for submission of completed content: 17:00 EDT Thursday 26 February


Apply here

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The Community Radio Network is the CBAA's program distribution service, which includes two live 24/7 satellite audio channels. For further information call 02 9310 2999 or email.

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Give your listeners the chance to hear in-depth, expert and entertaining International Women's Day programming through our live rolling coverage on the day.


National broadcasts and specials that #PressforProgress


Tuesday, 8 March, is International Women's Day and we're celebrating with special content on the Community Radio Network (CRN) and Amrap's AirIt, as well stations programming their own celebrations around the country.