Community Radio Plus - station information

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Welcome to the Community Radio Plus app information page for stations. From here, you can update your station information, submit podcasts, and get the information you need to promote the app to your listeners.

Community Radio Plus is a one-stop shop for listeners to hear community radio. It features community radio stations nationwide and champions our sector's rich and diverse content to listeners everywhere.

The app is now live in the app store and we need your help promoting it!

 

1. Download the app!

Screenshot of live radio page on Community Radio Plus

From either Google Play or the App Store.

 

2. Get our Station Information and Promotion Pack 

Get our definitive guide to help you through the launch and beyond. In the pack, you'll get access to the logo, banner ads, scripts and spots - as well as tips for use.

You can also access information about updating your station page and information.

Access the Guide and all assets.

 

3. Update station information as needed

If anything on your station page needs to change, you can let us know.

Station information:

It’s important you keep your station information up to date. This might include your address, your logo and your programming information. If there is anything you would like to amend or add, please do so by completing this form.

Podcasts: 

The Community Radio Plus app can host up to 15 podcasts per station. Be sure to keep your station’s podcasts current on the app. If you haven't already, you can do this by simply uploading your station's podcasts

 

4. Still got questions?
If you have any questions, refer to the  PDF icon pdf. You can also watch our recently-held webinar to get a full overview of the app and its features, and hear the most frequently asked questions answered. Watch now.
Need help?

For further assistance or information please contact the CBAA on 02 9310 2999 or email us via onlineservices@cbaa.org.au

 

 

 

 

Produced with the assistance of the Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications via the Community Broadcasting Foundation – cbf.org.au.