Share your station's story - #CBAAConf

hfriedlander, 14th April 2022

As we look to plan the CBAA Conference for October, we are seeking your participation to share the stories of how your community radio station has innovated and evolved over the past 12 months.

We’ll also be using this information in considering other opportunities for you to share your knowledge with community radio station leaders through our online forums, webinars and in person activities and conference.

We are seeking to share examples and case studies on the subject matters below:

  • How do you engage with your audience now - What are you doing different, what lessons have you learned? What were the drivers to change?
  • Membership/subscriber case studies – How has the pandemic changed the way your station approaches member/subscriber acquisition and retention programs?
  • Local news case studies – How are you reporting on local issues and holding local decision makers like the local council to account? Is your journalism and delivery method the right fit for your audience?
  • Financial health – How are you growing and diversifying your station's revenues? What revenue streams are working for you? How has your business model evolved?
  • Organisation resilience - Do you have a plan and a process to grow your team, including volunteers and staff?
  • Other great stories

If you have a great story to tell, please complete this form.

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The CBAA Conference is back for another year and we're bringing you the knowledge and ideas you need to continue best serving your community. Join us from 24 - 27 October in Melbourne to be inspired by community broadcasters and experts from across the country. We're thrilled to announce the full program.


The energy and passion from community broadcasters from across the country was palpable at the recent CBAA conference in Melbourne!


Scholarships provide invaluable opportunities for under-resourced stations, volunteers and staff to attend the CBAA Conference to learn, network, share knowledge and participate in discussions to which they wouldn't otherwise be exposed.