Get To Know Us: Isabella Phillips

CBAA Communications, 1st June 2021
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DRP Assistant, Isabella Phillips 

The CBAA's DRP coordinates and supports the establishment and delivery of community DAB+ digital radio services nationally, with over 55 full-time broadcast services currently operating in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, Canberra, Darwin and Hobart. It is with the help of DRP Assistant Isabella and her determination, positive attitude and willingness to tackle anything that comes her way, that community digital radio is able to run smoothly nationwide. 

How did you first get involved in community radio?

I first got involved via FBi Radio’s presenter training intake, from here I started presenting, producing and diving headfirst into all things community radio

What is your favourite thing about working in the DRP team?

The fantastic DRP team and working with many wonderful stations. 

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 Isabella Phillips Variety Hour Radio Show?

You can catch that show every week on FBi Radio from 7:00am until 9:30am on the Saturday Overhang. Love playing some of the best new music from the week to soundtrack your Saturday morning!

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