CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: 2016 CBAA Conference in Review - 30 November

Danny Chifley, 16th November 2016
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6:30pm, Wednesday 30 November 2016

The annual CBAA Conference is the premier event in the community broadcasting calendar, bringing together a diverse range of broadcasters, volunteers, technicians and stakeholders to develop and strengthen their skills, knowledge base and sector network.

While it is impossible for the tens of thousands of people involved in the community broadcasting sector to attend the event, this session will provide a glimpse of the fantastic sessions and workshops on offer at the 2016 CBAA Conference.

In addition to linking participants with content captured from the Conference, this session will focus on presenting 2016 CBAA Conference workshops, including ‘What is citizen journalism and how does it fit with journalism in community broadcasting?’ and ‘Making the most of your content’.

Who is this webinar for?

Community broadcasting volunteers, presenters, producers, board members or management staff unable to attend the 2016 CBAA Conference (or a Conference attendee too busy to catch these sessions in Melbourne).

Presented by:
  • Emma Couch - CBAA Member Services Officer
  • Joel Pringle - CBAA Policy & Research Adviser
  • Amrap Pages & Music Distribution Coordinator

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