Emma Hart

Meet the new CBAA Women's Representative, Emma Hart!

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 22nd November 2017
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Feminist organising has defined Emma's experiences in community broadcasting.

Emma began making radio in 2014 on 3CR Community Radio's Tuesday Breakfast Current Affairs Show, a show produced and presented solely by women and gender non-conforming people.

While balancing radio with a job upholding workers’ rights and her commitments as an active musician, Emma fell in love with community radio as a vibrant and resilient media form where communities control their own stories.

She now works as Interviews Coordinator at PBS106.7FM, and serves as a Director on 3CR’s Committee of Management. She delivers radio training at 3CR and is a producer for Women on the Line, a national feminist current affairs show which has been broadcasting from 3CR since 1986.

Emma is also a producer for Sweet Dreams, a weekly DIY music show on 3CR which focuses on the music of women, gender non-conforming and queer people, and looks forward to bringing her experience pushing for fair representation in a community radio context to her new role.

Welcome Emma!

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