CBF - TV Grants Advisory Committee

enadmin, 27th November 2012

The CBF are looking for an additional member to join the TV Grants Advisory Committee (TVGAC).

The successful applicant would have experience in various aspects of community television content production, preferably working across a range of diverse community television projects.

The TVGAC is a committee of the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) appointed by the CBF Board with current members nominated from sector organisations the Australian Community Television Alliance (ACTA) and the Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA). It makes recommendations to the CBF Board in relation to community television grants, including TV Content Production grants for the production of new, participatory and innovative community television programs. Participation is on a voluntary basis, however the CBF meets all travel and accommodation costs for members to attend meetings.

Nominations will be assessed by the TVGAC who will make a recommendation to the CBF Board to appoint a new member in December 2012.

This is an open nomination process. Nomination forms are available from the CBF website.

Submissions close 5pm, 3 December 2012.



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