CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Shareable Radio - visualising your audio online - 6 December

Danny Chifley, 30th November 2016
6:30pm AEDT, Tuesday 6 December 2016

In the ever-changing media landscape, radio audiences remain loyal but there are also opportunities to reach your listeners and new audiences online. How do you reach them? And how do you extend the life of your content during and after it's gone to air?

This webinar looks at the challenges and opportunities of using social media and visualisation to make radio shareable and discoverable across multiple platforms.

Who is this webinar for?

Community broadcasting volunteers, presenters, producers, board members or management staff looking to further the content of their program(s) or station.

Presented by: Dan McQuillin, Broadcast Bionics

Since pioneering work on hard disk audio systems a quarter of a century ago Dan McQuillin and Broadcast Bionics have lead the industry through many transformational technical changes.

Groundbreaking products for IP audio, networking, telephony and social media have made Broadcast Bionics the UK’s leading broadcast software company. Broadcast Bionics solutions connect local, national and international broadcasters across six continents to a global audience of over a billion people.

Today, Broadcast Bionics is equipping studios to handle the opportunities and challenges of the social media revolution.  Working with engineers and production teams to create and share engaging and compelling radio content with new audiences across diverse platforms.

See the webinar presentation here:


Shareable Radio - Visualising Your Audio Online from CMTO on Vimeo.

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

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*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*
This webinar will look at the different ways community broadcasters deliver your content online and the accompanying technical and legal obligations.


Join in and explore how stations can utilise various social media platforms to enhance their programming and strengthen the relationship between broadcaster and their audience. Tues, 2 Sept, 6.30pm AEST.


*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.*

More and more listeners are going online to access their audio. As community broadcasters, we need to take advantage of these emerging and newly-established platforms to ensure that our traditional service of live and local content is available everywhere.