CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: A Crash Course in Outside Broadcasts - 28 June

Danny Chifley, 16th May 2016

Outside broadcasting is not only a great way to increase your profile, it can be integral for increasing community engagement, volunteer involvement and sponsorship revenue. Not to mention, it's great fun!

Revisiting a topic of perennial interest to community broadcasters, this webinar will assist stations with mobile broadcasting.

Who is this webinar for?

Community broadcasters interested in outside broadcasts, no matter your station's level of outside broadcast capability. Whether you have fully equipped outside broadcast van that's actively involved in local community broadcasting events or you're a station that's never conducted an outside broadcast and wants to get involved, this webinar will have something for everyone.

Presented by:

We'll be joined by representatives of Byron Bay's Bay FM 99.9 and Melbourne's JOY 94.9, winners respectively of the 2015 and 2014 CBAA Community Radio Broadcasting Award for Most Innovative Outside Broadcast or Special Event Broadcast, featuring:

  • Josh Pearson - JOY 94.9 Technical Operations Coordinator
  • David Moyle – JOY 94.9 Outside Broadcast Coordinator
  • Oliver McGelligot - Bay FM 99.9 President 
  • William Martin - Bay FM 99.9 Production & OB Manager

See the webinar presentation here:

WEBINAR: A Crash Course in Outside Broadcasts. from CMTO on Vimeo.

This webinar was held at 6:30 PM on Tuesday 28 June 2016

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CBAA's dedicated e-learning platform for community broadcasters across Australia, CBAA Learning, will now include ouor latest webinar recordings.

That means if you've missed a webinar or would like to revisit a webinar you attended, you can easily do this by going to CBAA Learning. The platform carries a wide array of topics of interest to all community broadcasters, making it possible for you to learn from experts from the comfort of your own workstation. The latest topics include: Basics of Community JournalismFundraising as a Positive MessageEmail Marketing, and Developing Volunteer Talent or Webcasting-Podcasting Essentials. 


Check out all the pics from JOY 94.9's live broadcast, distributed by the CRN.


The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has today revealed the finalists in its 2017 CBAA Community Radio Awards.