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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.

Radio towers

Helen Henry, 23rd November 2015

On 19 November, the Australian Communications & Media Authority (ACMA), released decisions on its long-term strategy for the 803-960 MHz band.

IRIS Perth

Helen Henry, 16th September 2015

The CBAA is pleased to see the launch of a new digital Radio for the Print Handicapped (RPH) service in Perth, returning radio reading services to those in the community with a print disability.

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.

Spectrum Review

Helen Henry, 27th May 2015

On 22 May 2015, the Minister for Communications and the Parliamentary Secretary announced the release of the Spectrum Review Report, prepared by the Department of Communications.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 6th May 2015

*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*
Find out more about scheduling and playout software options for community broadcasters.

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Helen Henry, 6th May 2015

From 22 - 24 May, the technology community will get together in Sydney to share, learn and network at Technorama.

Discover Digital Radio

Helen Henry, 23rd April 2015

Read CBAA CEO Jon Bisset's statement on this news from the Norwegian Ministry of Culture.

Technorama logo

Helen Henry, 8th April 2015

Each year, the technology community gets together to share, learn and network at Technorama. Registrations open and program information available now.

CBAA News, 4th December 2014

Changes to regulations mean wireless mics that currently use radio waves in the 694-820 megahertz (MHz) range will no longer be able to be operated from 1 January 2015.

Image of spider eggs and web

CBAA News, 2nd August 2012

As spring draws nearer we thought it important to provide some tips regarding CRN satellite reception.