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Awards 2019-Finalists

Katrina Hughes, 16th August 2019

The finalists for the 2019 CBAA Community Radio Awards have been announced.

2ser honor roll

Katrina Hughes, 16th August 2019

As Sydney's 2SER 107.3 moves closer to its 40th birthday in October 2019 - featuring an exhibition at 107 Projects from 9 to 21 October - the station is reaching out around the sector find out who’s worked to keep the station going all this time. 

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 6th August 2019

The Australia’s Right To Know media industry advocacy group, which includes the CBAA, has made a submission regarding the impact of the exercise of law enforcement and intelligence powers on the freedom of the press.

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.

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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!

RTRFM Team with Anthony Albanese MP and Patrick Gorman MP at In The Pines

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 23rd May 2019

We are pleased that the community broadcasting sector continues to receive wide support across the political spectrum.

State of the Sector Report

CBAA Communications, 8th May 2019

Welcome the State of the Community Radio Sector Report 2019. The first of its kind, the State of the Sector report brings together a range of data sources to provide insights into Australia’s largest independent media sector – community broadcasting.

CBX May 2019

CBAA Communications, 2nd May 2019

The May 2019 edition of CBX features lots of great stories! Read about how the CBAA is building support for the community broadcasting sector in the lead up the to 2019 Federal Election, how fundraising can build income for your station, the importance of onboarding and supporting station volunteers and more.

RTRFM

CBAA Communications, 18th April 2019

Perth community radio station RTRFM 92.1 has asked Shadow Infrastructure Minister Anthony Albanese and Federal Member for Perth Patrick Gorman to support the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia’s 2019 election policy agenda to Keep Community Radio.

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CBAA Communications, 11th April 2019

In the lead up to the Federal Election on Saturday, 18 May 2019, the CBAA is seeking to translate support for community broadcasting amongst sitting members of Parliament and candidates across the major parties, minor parties and independents into better policy settings to allow the sector to thrive.

2019/20 Federal Budget

Helen Henry, 3rd April 2019

The Federal Government’s budget, announced on Tuesday, 2 April 2019, includes $19.7 million funding for the community broadcasting sector in the coming financial year.

7EDG digital radio

Helen Henry, 1st April 2019

Community radio services in Hobart are now a step closer to being available on DAB+ Digital Radio.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 15th March 2019

Updates on submission to the Federal Budget process, political responses to the Music and Arts Economy in NSW report and support for community radio, and CBAA submission to the ACCC - and more.

AFTRS

CBAA Communications, 13th March 2019

AFTRS Industry Certificate: Radio Content, Management and Leadership - starts 29 April, 24 weeks, online and one weekend at AFTRS in Sydney.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 8th March 2019

Two important submissions have been made this week to the Australian Human Rights Commission’s (AHRC) national inquiry into sexual harassment.

PBS International Women's Day

CBAA Communications, 7th March 2019

Today - live through the Community Radio Network (CRN) - a special episode of  Melbourne's PBS 106.7FM's Stone Love for International Women’s Day 

Microphone in studio

CBAA Communications, 21st February 2019

The Greens join NSW Labor in announcing policy support for the NSW music industry, including State funding for the community radio sector.

Crowd at music gig

CBAA Communications, 15th February 2019

NSW Labor has publicly recognised the important role community radio plays in supporting and developing diverse music communities right across the state.

Jon Bisset, CBAA's Chief Executive Officer, 29th January 2019

A key strategy of the CBAA is to assist stations to build their capacity. This means, helping your station to build its skills, resources, knowledge, personnel, infrastructure, content and income to continue trhiving and growing to meet the current and changing needs of your community.  

Courtney Barnett says Keep Community Radio

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, CBAA, 22nd January 2019

In 2018, government inquiries served as opportunities to highlight community broadcasting as a vital layer in the Australian music industry.