CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Women in Community Broadcasting - 14 October

Danny Chifley, 22nd September 2015
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14 October, 6:30 - 7:30 PM

Ahead of the mainstay Women's Forum that occurs each year at the CBAA Conference, the CBAA facilitated a webinar for women in community broadcasting.

Both the webinar and forum are fantastic opportunities for women in the sector to network and discuss issues of relevance to them at both a station and sector level.

Whether or not you're able to attend the 2015 CBAA Conference, this session promises to be of immense value. All attendees will be afforded the opportunity to contribute to the conversations that will lay the foundation for a robust forum later in the year.

Who is this webinar for?

Women actively involved in the community broadcasting sector.

Facilitated by:

  • Mikaela Simpson, CBAA Women's Representative
  • Natalie Pozdeev, former CBAA Women's Representative and current board member

See the webinar presentation here:

WEBINAR: Women in Community Broadcasting from CMTO on Vimeo.

This webinar was held at 6:30 PM on Wednesday 14 October 2015

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