CBX: October 2019

Katrina Hughes, 13th November 2019
Welcome to the October 2019 issue of CBX Magazine. 

Inside our cover story (page 8) is a tribute to Stephen ‘The Ghost’ Walker, who sadly passed away earlier this year. On page 14, we feature Wilcannia River Radio, winners of the Tony Staley Award 2019 for Excellence in Community Broadcasting. And presenter at the recent CBAA Conference 2019, Radio Futurologist James Cridland, writes about the future of radio and the need to be responsive to changing patterns of content consumption.

Articles include:

  • The Wire: 15 Years of Independent Current Affairs 
  • RPH Australia — Want to be more inclusive and reach new audiences? Get reading.
  • Developments in Digital Radio Broadcasting 
  • Amrap Q&A
  • Getting the Message Across - Ian Hamm, CBF President
  • Digital Fundraising Tips from Google News Innovation Challenge Winners
  • Building Strong Stations: Effective and Efficient Complaints Handling
  • Out of the Box - Felicia Foxx, Koori Radio
  • CRN Program Guide

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Welcome to the May 2020 issue of CBX Magazine, where we acknowledge the original sounds of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander Artists on Australian Radio; dive into ways we can help build a more civil society with two passionate presenters; discover the correlation between community broadcasting and social enterprise; and continue to explore ways community radio plays a vital role in times of emergencies. 


Felicia Foxx is the Realist Tiddah of Sydney, balancing her role as the First Nations Queen of Oxford Street with her role as the presenter of Making Tracks, weekday afternoons on Koori Radio 93.7FM.


The media landscape is quickly evolving - how do we as a sector continue to adapt to these technological changes?