CBX August 2015

CBX: August 2015

Helen Henry, 4th August 2015
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In this issue of CBX magazine, we look at:

  • How to make the most of your radiothons - Radiothon Bootcamp
  • The impact of data retention laws on journalists and community broadcasters
  • Poetry on air with The Red Room Company
  • New ways to promote learning at your station
  • How musicians and broadcasters are using Amrap to promote new Australian music
  • The Federal Budget Lock Up - an insider's look from The Wire team

& more.

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