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Mitch Fuller, 22nd July 2019

Music Moving the Metro Chart - get the latest on Sampa the Great, Alice Skye, Leah Flanagan and more ...


Katrina Hughes, 22nd July 2019

Radio 4RPH 1296 kHz is a volunteer-manned community radio station in Brisbane, Queensland. Radio 4RPH is intended to provide a professional communication service which caters for the special requirements of people with a print disability (i.e. people with literacy problems, vision impairments, physical disabilities, intellectual disabilities, or English as a second language) with a strong emphasis on information, education and entertainment.

Conference 2019

Katrina Hughes, 19th July 2019

The CBAA Conference is back for another year and we're bringing you the knowledge and ideas you need to continue best serving your community. Join us from 24 - 27 October in Melbourne to be inspired by community broadcasters and experts from across the country. We're thrilled to announce our developing program.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 17th July 2019

Good governance is the framework of rules, systems and processes put in place to guide an organisation. It is essential for a healthy organisation that is effectively fulfilling their purpose to oberrve these principles. But how best to monitor our governance practices as community broadcasters?

Danny Chifley, 16th July 2019

Sydney's 2RPH seek board members to help set the strategic direction of the station.

Mitch Fuller, 15th July 2019

Music Making Moves on Community Radio!

Katrina Hughes, 11th July 2019

The CBAA and iHeartRadio have partnered to get your community radio station on one of Australia’s leading digital audio streaming services. The partnership allows iHeartRadio Australia audiences’ access to some of Australia’s most loved community radio stations.


Katrina Hughes, 10th July 2019

​The Australian Government Department of Health have extended funding for the CBAA National Suicide Prevention Project, as part of the National Suicide Prevention and Leadership Support Program.


Katrina Hughes, 9th July 2019

The CBAA are looking for an experienced Customer Service and Administration Officer to provide outstanding support and coordination to their members who utilise the web products and online services. A base level understanding of web design and CRM’s would be an advantage.

Mitch Fuller, 9th July 2019

Danzel Baker AKA Baker Boy returns to the Amrap charts this week with In Control - a joyous, uplifting ode to inner strength, co-wrote b

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Danny Chifley, 8th July 2019

The Community Broadcasting Foundation is looking for a Partnerships and Projects Manager.

National Suicide Prevention Project

Katrina Hughes, 4th July 2019

Welcome to the July 2019 content of our national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Mitch Fuller, 1st July 2019

Brisbane artist Hatchie has unveiled her stunning new dream-pop single, hacking her way back into the charts and coindiding with her return to Australia for a sold-out east cost tour.


Katrina Hughes, 26th June 2019

This document provides details to support the position put forward at the National Press Club’s Press Freedom: On the Line event on 26 June 2019.

Ninah Kopel, 2SER Producer

Katrina Hughes, 26th June 2019

Sydney community station 2SER 107.3 continues to shine on the world stage, winning three trophies at the prestigious New York Festivals Radio Awards overnight.


Danny Chifley, 25th June 2019

There's more to community radio than having great taste in music (though that obviously helps!).

Mitch Fuller, 25th June 2019

Australian Music Moving at Community Radio

AFTRS School Holiday Workshops

Katrina Hughes, 21st June 2019

From film-making and digital animation to blood and guts movie make-up, screen music and HSC video skills, the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has you covered this July holidays.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 20th June 2019

Social media is invaluable in terms of promoting content, increasing community participation, recruiting volunteers or staff and shining a light on all on the news, music, arts, politics, culture and more that makes up the fabric of our community. But as with all forms of communication, there is an art to how best to take advantage of this tool. 

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 20th June 2019

Find out more about the Federal Election campaign wrap, the future of radio, our recent Sector Roundtable meeting and more!