CBX April 2018 cover

CBX: April 2018

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 10th May 2018
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The April 2018 edition of the CBAA's magazine, CBX, features station profiles, tips for getting young people onto your station's board, responsible reporting on mentall illness as well as podcasting, tools for assessing your station's governance and managing interpersonal conflict. - and more:

  • President's Column
  • CBAA Update
  • A Sense of Place, and Being Part of the Community
  • The Seymour We Want
  • Safe Stations: Sexual Harassment
  • 40 years of Mardi Gras
  • My Community Radio Story: Ian Stanistreet
  • Real Talk: The Wire
  • What Makes a Community Radio Listener?
  • Amrap Q&A
  • How to Get Young People onto Your Station's Board
  • How Healthy is Your Community Radio Station?
  • 7 Tips for Responsible Reporting on Suicide and Mental Illness
  • Managing Interpersonal Conflict in Your Station
  • Podcast Like a Pro
  • Getting the Message Across: Emma Hart
  • CBF Update
  • Out of the Box
  • CRN Program Guide

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