CBAA Conference

Earlybird CBAA Conference registrations open, 1st sessions announced & new scholarship program

Helen Henry, 30th June 2015

The CBAA is pleased to announce that registrations are now open for our annual national community broadcasting conference. 

The premier event in the community broadcasting calendar, the conference is an unrivaled opportunity to discover how other stations are doing things, meet other passionate community broadcasters and share your own stories and knowledge. This year's conference will take place in beautiful Terrigal, on the NSW Central Coast, from 12 - 15 November.

Register now and save!

We've launched with our earlybird rates, so you can save up to $100 on your registration!

Find out more.

A program taster

Straight up, we're excited to share some of the great sessions that will take place throughout the conference. Here's the first four:

  • The social impact of community media
  • Small stations, big ideas
  • Digital content strategies for radio and TV programs
  • Political engagement and advocacy in community radio: the role of stations

Find out more.

Apply for a CBAA Scholarship to attend

This year, the CBAA is offering 15 scholarships valued at almost $1,100 each for community radio station representatives to attend the conference.

This new initiative will provide opportunities for under-resourced stations, volunteers and staff to attend the CBAA conference to learn, network, share knowledge and participate in discussions they otherwise would not be exposed to, along with providing opportunities for individuals from groups that are often underrepresented in decision-making within the sector to attend the conference.

Find out if you're eligible and apply now. 

Submissions close on 12 July at 5pm. Please note that these scholarships will replace the previous travel subsidy scheme.

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The CBAA is excited to announce the following recipients of the 2015 CBAA Conference Scholarship.


Applications for the CBAA's 2018 Conference Scholarships are now open.


The scholarships provide opportunities for under-resourced stations, volunteers and staff to attend the CBAA Conference - Australia's largest gathering of community broadcasters and an unrivaled opportunity to learn, network, share knowledge and see how other stations are doing things.