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CRN call-out for national blues programs

Martin Walters, 26th September 2018
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As part of program planning for 2019 the Community Radio Network service is interested in hearing proposals for blues music programs that could make a splash on the airwaves nationally.

We’ll consider both one-hour and two-hour programs, but any new shows will need to work in harmony with existing blues programming on the network.

Does your station have an expert blues presenter or team whose show could translate to a national audience?

Check thisPDF icon info sheet and give us a call on 02 9310 2999 or email crn@cbaa.org.au. The deadline for submission of a program pilot is 17 October.

About CRN:

The CBAA's Community Radio Network (CRN) allows community radio stations to share some of the sector’s best news, talk, music and entertainment programs – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Community Radio Network (CRN) is the CBAA’s national program distribution service, delivering radio content via satellite and in on-demand streams. CRN provides a network of around 150 subscriber stations access to over 100 talk and music programs, including flagship sector content and projects such as the National Radio News, The Wire, Good Morning Country and CBAA’s National Features & Documentary Series.

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