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WEBINAR: Your Guide to Entering the 2020 CBAA Community Radio Awards - 16 June 2020

Danny Chifley, 2nd June 2020
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11:00 AM (AEST) Tuesday 16 June 2020
The CBAA Community Radio Awards acknowledge excellence and innovation in the community broadcasting sector and it is once again time to celebrate your achievements. We at the CBAA want to help you craft the best possible entry for your station.

The last twelve months has had its challenges – from the intensity of the Black Summer, the rolling nature of COVID-19 and whatever might lay ahead. These events have pushed our stations, staff, and volunteers – whether because fire has damaged equipment, or you have suddenly found your entire team creating content and broadcasting from home.

However, with these great challenges, we have seen amazing innovation and community connection. The sector has come together to share knowledge, infrastructure, and people, while stations continue to be the lifeblood of communities – sharing public health and emergency information and fundraising for local emergency services.

Join us as we look at:

  • How to use the CBAA Awards Entry Platform
  • Responding to the selection criteria
  • Collating your supporting documentation
  • Understanding the terms and conditions
Hosted by: Danny Chifley, CBAA Member Services Officer and sometimes host of the CBAA Community Radio Awards.

 

This webinar was held at 11:00am AEST Tuesday 16 June 2020

Further information on the 2020 CBAA Awards and how to enter is available here.

This webinar is supported by the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO)

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