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WEBINAR: The How and Why to Apply: the 2019 National Features & Documentary Series (NFDS) - Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Danny Chifley, 18th February 2019
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The CBAA's National Features & Documentary Series (NFDS) returns in 2019, giving community radio producers the opportunity to make a radio feature for national distribution, receive mentoring from experienced producers and get paid for your work.

The NFDS has established itself as one of the leading showcases of work by new and emerging Australian community radio producers, with the involvement of broadcasters from across the country, covering subjects that won't be heard anywhere else.
 
Keen to get involved? Join us for our webinar as we:

  • Listen and critically analyse past NFDS entries
  • Help shape your idea into a great program proposal
  • Examine production techniques to take your content to the next level
 
Presented by:
  • Andrew McLellan, CRN Operations Coordinator
  • Giordana Caputo, CMTO CEO
  • NFDS past participants

This webinar will be hosted by CBAA Member Services Officer Danny Chifley.

CBAA webinars are presented with support from the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO). 

This webinar was held at 6:30pm (AEST) Wednesday, 13 March 2019

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