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CBX: November

Nic Baskerville, 18th December 2018

The November edition of CBX features a review of Prison Radio operations in Community Radio domestically, 10 good governance tips courtesy of CBAA CEO Jon Bisset, a look a how partnerships can strengthen your station, and a look at the work of Volunteer Grant Assessors. 

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 18th December 2018

Read the last update on several key areas of focus for the CBAA's recent policy submissions, sector leadership initiatives and government relations efforts, as well as looking briefly to what's in store in 2019.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 18th December 2018

As of 2 January 2019, applications are open for both the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) Development & Operations and Content grants. Join us as the CBF provide guidance on the grant application process.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 18th December 2018

The CBAA, as the sector organisation representing the majority of community radio licensees, is responsible for coordinating the Community Radio Broadcasting Codes of Practice review. The review will continue in 2019.

Baker Boy 4ZZZ 4EB

Andrew McLellan, 17th December 2018

Daily broadcasts at tail of 2018 on community stations around Australia.

International Day of People with Disability

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 13th December 2018

Kim Stewart, from the Ability Radio Project and 4ZZZ's Station Advocate for People with a Disability, has developed this excellent policy template to help stations document their disability access and inclusion.

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Nic Baskerville, 12th December 2018

The CBAA office will be closed from 5pm Friday 21st December 2018 and reopen at 9am Wednesday 2nd January 2019. Emails and phone messages will be answered upon returning back to the office. To cont

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Nic Baskerville, 10th December 2018

Triple R is seeking an experienced IT practitioner to join our small paid staff. The role is divided between maintaining our back-office IT infrastructure and delivering projects aimed at improving that infrastructure and bringing new services online.

Nic Baskerville, 7th December 2018

JOY is an intimate, available and immediate way for people to link instantly to the diverse LGBTI communities. Australia’s largest LGBTI community organisation, JOY is a pre-eminent player in Australia’s media landscape. 

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Helen Henry, 5th December 2018

Today is International Volunteers Day – a welcome opportunity to celebrate the contribution of the thousands of people who give their time to community radio across Australia.

Carols by Candlelight Community Radio

Andrew McLellan, 4th December 2018

Vision Australia Audio Described Carol’s By Candlelight Broadcast

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Nic Baskerville, 30th November 2018

The Annual General Meeting for the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA,) held on November 10, saw a changing of the guard for some positions, as the board welcomed three new members and two were farewelled.

Community Radio Network It's Time

Andrew McLellan, 29th November 2018

Barry McKay and William Brougham from It's Time present the all-Australian Baby Boomers special

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Nic Baskerville, 23rd November 2018

Work in a dynamic industry; with a fun and dedicated team; Great Location in Alexandria; Short walk from Redfern Station.

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Helen Henry, 23rd November 2018

Join the peak body for Australia’s largest independent media sector and provide support to community broadcasters.

International Day of People with Disability

Andrew McLellan, 20th November 2018

The Community Radio Network is excited to bring stations and listeners an engaging lineup for International Day of People with Disability 2018.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 16th November 2018

The CBAA welcomes the findings of the report released yesterday.

National Features and Documentary Series

Nic Baskerville, 13th November 2018

Radio 4EB, Brisbane’s Katharina Loesche has taken home the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Award in the National Features and Documentary Series category for her radio documentary ‘The Runners’ Guide’.

2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards

Helen Henry, 12th November 2018

Tonight, hundreds of community broadcasters from across Australia gathered on the Gold Coast for the 2018 CBAA Community Radio Awards to recognise excellence in community broadcasting.

2018 CBAA Conference

Helen Henry, 8th November 2018

The CBAA is proud to offer three community broadcasters scholarships to attend its national conference - the year's largest gathering of the community broadcasting sector