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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.

BIGSOUND 2016

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 2nd September 2016

The Amrap team are heading to Brisbane next week for the annual BIGSOUND music conference and festival. Community radio Music Directors from key metro stations will also be making the trip to take part in Amrap facilitated one-on-one listening sessions with artists and a panel on promoting music to community radio.

2016 CBAA Community Radio Awards

Helen Henry, 26th July 2016

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) today announced the finalists in the 2016 CBAA Community Radio Awards, a national awards program recognising excellence in community broadcasting.

FBi SMAC Awards

Helen Henry, 29th October 2015

FBi is planning a festival at Carriageworks in early January to celebrate their annual Sydney Music, Arts and Culture (SMAC) Awards.

FBi Radio Dance Class

Helen Henry, 7th September 2015

Sydney station encourages women to take charge in dance music scene with new DJ training and mentorship program.

BIGSOUND

Helen Henry, 21st August 2015

The CBAA and Amrap will be at music industry conference BIGSOUND in Brisbane, leading a panel focused on how community radio empowers Australian artists, music fans, local scenes and culture. Thursday, 10 September, 3.45pm.

FBi Click DJs - photo credit to Liam Cameron

Digital Radio Project staff, 6th July 2015

It’s been 12 months since Sydney metro community radio station FBi launched their second station FBi Click, an exclusive mix of electronic and dance music on their dedicated DAB+ service.

Amrap Chart Wrap

Amrap, 25th March 2015

Each week, the Amrap Charts show the Top 10 tracks ordered for airplay by community broadcasters through Amrap’s AirIt music distribution service. The Chart Wrap provides weekly analysis and highlights great community radio stations playing Australian music.

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Emma Ramsay, 25th June 2014

At 1pm today, FBi Radio launched their new service on community digital radio, FBi Click.

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Emma Ramsay, 3rd June 2014

The CBAA's Digital Radio Project is enabling community radio in Australia to be at the forefront of digital radio technology with some community stations using the opportunity of a second channel to experiment and push boundaries.

FBi CLiCK Launch Party Poster

CBAA News, 30th May 2014

On June 25, Sydney's FBi Radio will launch FBi Click, a new digital station that will showcase the best new dance and electronic music – broadcasting 24/7 on digital radio and online at fbiradio.com/click.

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Emma Ramsay, 28th February 2014

In an Australian first, the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia's Digital Radio Project and Community Radio Network are thrilled to be presenting a day of radio made by women, to be enjoyed by everyone.

CBAA News, 28th May 2013

As devout believers in the age-old craft of storytelling, Radio with Pictures creates a match made in heaven – a blind date with radio and comics.
The inaugural Radio With Pictures show Filing in the Blanks was performed on stage at the Sydney Opera House as part of the GRAPHIC festival on Sunday November 11 2012 and broadcast on FBi radio 94.5 fm, with images on digital radio thanks to the CBAA’s Digital Radio Project.

CBAA News, 12th April 2013

FBi 94.5FM have announced Clare Holland as the station’s new Managing Director.

CBAA News, 8th February 2013

FBi Radio 94.5FM has announced that after five years as General Manager, Evan Kaldor will step down. In other staff movements, Dan Zilber has been promoted to General Manager of Music while Stephen Goodhew steps into the role of Music Director.

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CBAA News, 10th September 2012

This October, FBi is giving two solo artists from NSW the experience of a lifetime.

Sydney digital community launch

Alex White, 10th June 2011

On Tuesday, May 24th, Sydney eight city wide community radio stations launched digital radio services, providing Sydney with more choice and new ways to listen to the city's most diverse and accessible media.