CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Young People in Community Broadcasting - 4 October

Danny Chifley, 21st September 2016
6:30pm, Tuesday 4 October 2016

Community broadcasting plays a vital role in Australia, a role that works to increase community involvement in broadcasting, including the valuable contribution of young people.

This session provided an opportunity for young people in community broadcasting to discuss ideas and issues of relevance to them at both a station and sector level as well as setting the agenda for the Youth Forum to be held at the 2016 CBAA Conference.

Presented by CBAA Youth Representative Tess Lawley

In addition to her role as Youth Representative, Tess is currently working as the General Manager of SYN Media, a youth-run media organisation that provides training and experience opportunities in radio and television broadcasting for young people. Tess has volunteered in a range of on air, off air and volunteer management roles at SYN, 3RRR, PBS and FBi. Tess is passionate about providing more opportunities for young media makers to have their voices heard.

See the webinar presentation here:


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*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*
As a forerunner for the 2015 forum, the CBAA will be facilitating a webinar aimed at young people in community broadcasting in the lead up to Conference. The webinar will assist in setting the agenda for the Conference forums as well as providing a platform to meet, network, cooperate and further the cause of community broadcasting.


By partnering with the Victorian State Government, youth-run media organisation SYN are now able to expand their activities


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