Reggae show needed for the Community Radio Network

Martin Walters, 22nd October 2015
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Sounds Revolution, CRN's longterm reggae program from the studios of Radio Skid Row, has ceased production and is now on repeats, due to presenter Jah Bya's ill health. We thank Jah Bya for all his shows over the years and wish him the very best.

Does your station have a reggae/roots show that could be suitable for weekly national distribution? From dub to dancehall, we're keen to hear your station's take on this wide-ranging genre. Submitted applications will be considered by the CBAA and CRN Advisory Committee, with a view to having a new program launch early 2016.

Check out the full position description File here.

  • Deadline: Sunday 29 November, 2015
  • You will need to produce a 55’50 minute pilot program and fill out an application form.
  • View a program review form for further tips: click here.

About CRN:

  • The CBAA's Community Radio Network (CRN),  allows community radio stations to share some of the sector’s best news, talk, music and entertainment programs – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • For more information go here or contact CRN staff on 02 9310 2999 or email crn@cbaa.org.au.

Image credit to Roy Villalobos.

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