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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.  

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Helen Henry, 12th December 2017

The November 2017 edition of the CBAA's magazine CBX features everything from interviews with community broadcasters from across the country, to updates on the Community Broadcasting Suicide Prevention Program, digital radio and tips for nailing station sponsorship and political engagement.

Keep Community Radio

Helen Henry, 26th June 2017

On 22 June 2017, a motion was passed in the Senate supporting community radio’s important role in providing a platform for diverse voices in an increasingly consolidated media landscape.

Keep Community Radio

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 4th May 2017

The community broadcasting sector today welcomes the Federal Government’s decision to increase sector funding by $6.1m over two years. 

Digital radio

Helen Henry, 7th December 2016

The ABC and Commercial Radio Australia have announced plans to roll out DAB+ digital radio to Hobart, Darwin and Canberra, marking the expansion of permanent digital radio services beyond the current five capital cities. The announcement was welcomed by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA).

Keep Community Radio

Helen Henry, 4th May 2016

The Federal Budget has failed to maintain funding for metropolitan community digital radio services in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.

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Helen Henry, 28th April 2016

"It's basically good value for money. There's a lot of waste we see in government. This is not waste, this is money well spent for the people it impacts on."

Digital radio

Helen Henry, 8th February 2016

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) has responded favourably to the amendments to the Broadcast Services Act (1992) and Radiocommunications Act (1992) progressing through Parliament last week.