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Illustration: Christine Marshall, broadcaster at Wangki Radio

Katrina Hughes, 5th November 2019

The CBAA Conference 2019 was held in Melbourne from 24-27 October and featured an inspiring and eclectic program.

National Suicide Prevention Project

Katrina Hughes, 1st November 2019

Welcome to the November 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.

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 31st October 2019

Join the campaign...

Katrina Hughes, 29th October 2019

Hundreds of community broadcasters from across Australia have gathered in Melbourne for the 2019 CBAA Community Radio Awards to recognise excellence in community broadcasting.

Katrina Hughes, 29th October 2019

Attendees at the CBAA AGM have heard that community radio in Australia has continued to grow in strength in the past 12 months with over 5.9 million listeners weekly and over 24,000 volunteers helping to provide services.

Katrina Hughes, 21st October 2019

Media freedom is under siege: What’s the government hiding? Aged care abuse, misuse of personal information and heavy-handed responses to investigative journalism among top public concerns as the media unites in landmark campaign.

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 17th October 2019

The ACMA is inviting applications for an analog community radio broadcasting licence in Mount Barker, SA


Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 11th October 2019

The CBAA continues to advocate for the needs of its members and the wider community broadcasting sector. Here's what's happened recently:

Katrina Hughes, 8th October 2019

The CBAA would like to take this opportunity to share the CBAA's Annual Review and Financial Report for the 2018/2019 fiscal year.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 27th September 2019

In May 2019, the ACMA released a discussion paper seeking feedback from industry about the future of radio in Australia - the CBAA made a submission.

Sector Roundtable August 2019

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 12th September 2019

An opportunity to share information, network, and help each other strengthen all aspects of the community broadcasting sector.


Katrina Hughes, 11th September 2019

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) has received funding from the Australia Council for the Arts in their recent grant round, and is excited to partner with First Nations Media Australia on a new initiative to raise the profile of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists – helping to share their songs and stories.

Katrina Hughes, 10th September 2019

Last week was a big week at BIGSOUND in Brisbane for community broadcasting!


Katrina Hughes, 10th September 2019

Today (10 September 2019) marks World Suicide Prevention Day across the globe and provides a unique opportunity to collectively shine a light on suicide prevention both politically and at a community level.

National Suicide Prevention Project

Katrina Hughes, 4th September 2019

Welcome to the September 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.

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. 


Katrina Hughes, 12th August 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 the full program.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 12th August 2019

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.*
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 observe these principles. But how best to monitor our governance practices as community broadcasters?
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Sharmaine Spencer, 12th August 2019

History Lab has some good stories to tell, but it's not interested in just telling you these stories, or what to think. History Lab wants to draw you in to the investigative process, and challenge you to think of when, what and why history happens.