The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is the regulatory body responsible for ensuring that community broadcasters comply with the conditions set out in the Broadcasting Services

Running an incorporated association is a simple and more affordable means of creating a separate legal entity for small, community-based groups

The Community Radio Codes of Practice (the Codes) set out the guiding principles and policies for programming on community broadcasting stations.

What you need to know about copyright as a community broadcaster

How the CBAA can help

The CBAA offers free HR support to member stations, which includes creating policy documents. If your station needs a Workplace Health and Safety policy, Workplace Bullying Policy or Anti-Discrimination and EEO Policy, for example, get in touch