Gaven Livermore JP, Broadcaster/Senior Technician, 2AAA, Wagga

Do you need content for your station?

Katrina Hughes, 18th March 2020

The CBAA, through the Community Radio Network (CRN), is pleased to make available the full selection of CRN programming via FTP for stations adversely affected by COVID-19.

The programming covers talk, engaging music content, current affairs and special events and will help your station remain on air and functioning. If you need to fill one programme for an absent volunteer, or you require extended programming support to cater to your community – we’ll be here.

All content on CRN is checked for quality and editorial compliance, giving you peace of mind that what's going to air will be suitable to your community and of a high standard, and it’s available 24/7.

CRN are offering stations this content for the next six months, until mid-September, so you can get back on your feet, keep your audience engaged and maybe even discover a programme you really love.

The transfer via FTP requires no satellite, can be flexibly set up, either accessed manually, scheduled to download in station’s automation systems or third-party software, or more advanced custom scripting. CRN can also provide some advice on these options to help you access the content.

If you are unfamiliar with the broad range of CRN content, have a look at our available programmes

If you feel this would suit you, please contact the Community Radio Network Team at [email protected] or (02) 9310 2999

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