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Webinar: Women in Community Media

CBAA News, 24th July 2014
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Presented by CBAA Women's Rep & presenter at CAAMA, Mikaela Simpson, this webinar is an opportunity to learn about the status of women in community broadcasting and hear about some initiatives taken by stations to improve their gender balance. Women at community radio and television stations are especially invited to attend and express their views about what they think the issues are in relation to women working in the community media sector.

Mikaela will report on a recent trip to visit indigenous women in community broadcasting stations in Alaska. You will also hear about the CMTO’s Women in Community Media Project.

Who is this webinar for?

Come one & come all! This webinar is for women involved in community radio and television stations in Australia & for anyone working as a volunteer co-ordinator, manager and leader in a station.

Tuesday, 5 August
6.30 - 7.30pm
Register now (free of charge)  
 
 

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