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Presenters & Digital Producers - Australia

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 7th February 2018

Interested in extending your broadcasting skills by joining a national community radio program? Or do you want to flex those digital production muscles?

Do you have passion for country music? Then we want to hear from you!

The CBAA is seeking volunteers to join the team of the Good Morning Country breakfast show, based in Alexandria, Sydney. Good Morning Country is presented live each weekday from 05:00 to 09:00 AEST/AEDT for a national community radio audience, particularly those in rural and regional Australia. Read more about the program at

We are looking for Digital Producers who:
  • Can create short audio packages for on-air broadcast and online distribution (encompassing research, planning, outreach, and conducting and editing telephone interview content).
  • Have previous experience in audio production, online/social media content creation and promotion experience in online/social media content creation and promotion.
We’re looking for Presenters who:
  • Have radio broadcasting experience.
  • Are passionate about Australian country music.
  • Can work in a team and follow a set format.
  • Are committed, reliable and available for early morning shifts.
  • Ideally have some audio production experience.
Also would be great:​
  • Knowledge of the Australian community broadcasting sector

Please note community broadcasting is a volunteer-driven industry and these are volunteer roles.

If this sounds like you:
  • Email your contact details to
  • If you're an interested Presenter, email an MP3 sample of your past broadcasting experience to  File download links are preferable to attachments.

Tell us:

  • Why are you interested in becoming a Good Morning Country Presenter or Digital Producer?
  • What makes you suitable for the role?
  • What days you are available (including weekends)


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Digital transformation and documentary-making added to this year's program.


*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*
Local sports coverage is a great way to strengthen the relationship stations have with their community. This session will assist stations in building relationships with local sporting bodies as well as providing instruction on how best to package and present this content.


Commercial media ownership legislation is currently before a Senate Committee for review and, at the end of April, the CBAA will present to the committee on the importance of community radio should proposed changes go ahead.