A photo of members of the Roundtable

Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable update

Frieda Lee, 7th June 2022

The Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable met at the end of last month. It is the first time the Roundtable has met in person since 2019.

The Rountable reconnected in Melbourne to share news, updates and current priorities. The conversation focused on how we can work together to support diverse and inclusive community radio stations, that meet the needs of their communities. We also heard from the independent facilitators undertaking the review of the CBF’s governance structure. 

The Roundtable consists of representatives from:

  • The Australian Community Television Alliance (ACTA)
  • Christian Media & Arts Australia (CMAA)
  • The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA)
  • First Nations Media Australia (FNMA)
  • The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council (NEMBC)
  • RPH Australia (RPHA), and
  • The Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF)

The Roundtable will meet again in September 2022.

A photo of members of the Roundtable

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This is a summary of the Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable meeting on 10 August 2021.


The Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable, chaired by the CBAA, met for the second time digitally in August 2020


The Roundtable discussed a number of points, principally related to the CoVID-19 crisis and its effect on our sector.