CBX: November

CBX: November

Nic Baskerville, 18th December 2018
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The November 2018 edition of CBX features Australian Prison Radio, good governance tips, a look a how partnerships can strengthen your station, and the work of Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) Volunteer Grant Assessors and more:

  • Community Radio's Important Place in Australia's Music Industry
  • How to use free National Listener Survey Data
  • CBAA's COO Jessica Hermosilla's Q+A in 'Gettin the Message Across'
  • PBA-FM Celebrates 35 Years on Adelaide's Airwaves
  • How Community Radio Supports Community Connection
  • Growing Together: Partnerships to Help Your Station Thrive
  • 10 good governance tips for commuity radio boards/committees
  • Amrap Q&A
  • Volunteer Grant Assessors: The Heart of the Community Broadcasting Foundation
  • Reviewing the Community Radio Broadcasting Codes of Practice
  • Broadcast Components: Celebrating 10 Years in Partnership with Community Radio
  •  Prison Radio Across Australia
  • An interview with The Colonel: 40 year community radio veteran and host of Nothin' But The Blues
  • CRN Program Guide for November 2018
  • Out Of The Box with Helen Jennings OAM from PBS FM

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