International Women's Day broadcast

Martin Walters, 26th February 2015
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The theme of this year's International Women's Day is "Make it Happen". Across the country, many community stations will be marking the day with specialists talks and music broadcasts, and the Community Radio Network (CRN) is pleased to bring some of this important content together for a national audience.

Stations - give your listeners the chance to hear in-depth, expert and entertaining International Women's Day programming through our live rolling coverage on the day. There'll be features on women in radio, pregnancy, beat poetry, the issue of domestic violence, transsexual identity, and a focus on female musicians through the day, including an in-depth piece with blues singer Marlene Cummins.

Make it happen on your station! Drop-in anytime for PDF icon these programs.pdf made especially for IWD by talented producers from stations around Australia. The material will also be available for download ahead of IWD, so you can schedule where it suits your station best. Download here.

CRN thanks producers from 2SER, 3CR, 6EBA, 8CCC, Bay FM, FBI Radio, Radio Skid Row for sharing this content with the network.

For CRN subcribers:

This will be broadcast on CRN-2 (channel 631) on Sunday 8 March from 09:00 to 17:30 EDT. Not a CRN subscriber, but want to find out more about getting content like this for your station? Read more here.

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