CBAA Webinars

WEBINAR: Young people in community broadcasting

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 11th July 2017
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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 will provide 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 2017 CBAA Conference.

Who is this webinar for?

Young people involved at all levels of community broadcasting.

This session will:
  • Provide an opportunity for young people in community broadcasting to discuss ideas and issues of relevance to them at both a station and sector level.
  • Set the agenda for the Youth Forum to be held at the 2017 CBAA Conference.
Presented by:

CBAA Youth Representative, Pip Younes. Pip Younes

Pip Younes holds a passion for community broadcasting and has dedicated her time and experience to making a contribution to supporting young people in the sector. Having finished a bachelor of Strategic Communication at La Trobe University in 2014, Pip took on the opportunity to work casually as a producer at ABC Central Victoria while also volunteering at Phoenix FM, Bendigo. She then worked for Southern Cross Austereo as a news journalist based in Mildura, covering both the Mildura and Mt Gambier areas/regions, before moving back to community radio. 

Hosted by the CBAA’s Marketing & Engagement Assistant Holly Friedlander Liddicoat.

This webinar was held on Wednesday, 18 October 2017 at 6.30pm AEDT.

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