Get To Know Us: Claire Nemorin

Alex Crerar, 28th July 2021

Member Success Specialist, Digital Online - Claire Nemorin

As one of the newest members of the CBAA team, Claire brings with her an extensive knowledge in onboarding and implementation, software training and content editing. Her positive attitude and willingness to take on any task that comes her way has allowed Claire to seamlessly transition into the CBAA team. 

What drew you to community radio?

I wanted to work in a sector that has purpose and that is an alternative to commercial media – I still think radio is the most democratic medium, even with all the technological changes.

What is something you have learnt about the sector since commencing your role at CBAA?

Besides the technological changes, just how many stations there are around Australia. I knew some of the bigger community radio stations and was a regular listener of a couple. But I had no idea of some of the smaller ones, even the ones in my area. It feels amazing to discover them! A big perk and what is very inspiring is to Zoom-meet or talk to members from a variety of stations with different resources and who are very dedicated to their station using a lot of volunteer labour.

You are offered a radio show - you can have any timeslot, play whatever music you like, discuss whatever you feel is of interest - what is happening today on the Claire Nemorin Variety Hour Radio Show?

A weekly show dedicated to a different genre that interests me from punk to dream pop to R’n’B and then choosing the most well known to the more underground songs from those genres, with a bit of a history of that genre. I imagine I could take weeks to explore a genre and really want to fill in the gaps of my music history, which could take forever!

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