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CBX April 2018 cover

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 10th May 2018

The April 2018 edition of the CBAA's magazine CBX features lots of great station profiles; tips for getting young people onto your station's board, reporting on mentall illness, and podcasting; tools for assessing your station's governance and managing interpersonal conflict - and more:

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 27th April 2018

SYN Media has announced that Tess Lawley will be stepping down from her position as the Melbourne-based youth media organisation’s General Manager.

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 27th April 2018

Fresh 92.7 is excited to announce the details of their new General Manager appointment

CBAA Webinars

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 18th April 2018

Join the CBAA’s CEO, Jon Bisset, to learn 10 top tips that you can implement now to improve your station’s governance.

News

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 9th March 2018

The meetings allow the stations to draw from the knowledge of the other members, share technical skills, promotion, and content services, among other things

2017 Conference - Debate

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 25th January 2018

We did the unthinkable - asked these sector stalwarts to pick a side (or we made them..) - is community radio about the listener or about the person on air?

Electricity

CBAA News, 28th November 2017

And what it means for community broadcasters by Ken Thompson.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 16th November 2017

*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*

Why does governance matter? How can it help community broadcasters day to day and in the long term? In this webinar, CBAA CEO Jon Bisset and CMTO CEO Giordana Caputo will guide you through the Community Radio Station Health Check, an online tool recently launched at the 2017 CBAA Conference that helps you gauge the effectiveness of governance at your station.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 5th July 2017

Research offers access to critical information in both station operations and governance. Knowing the listening interests of your audience leads to well informed programming, for example.

Learning for Purpose

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 27th June 2017

This July the Learning for Purpose initiative, through the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia will launch the largest research study ever on and for not-for-profit employees and volunteers working at all levels.

40 years of 4ZZZ poster

CBAA News, 8th February 2017

Community owned and run radio stations weave a rich history throughout their years on air.

Great idea

CBAA News, 2nd February 2017

My Voice, My Ability, My Rights is just one of multiple shows at CHY FM 104.1 led by young people with disabilities.

Community radio inspiration

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 18th January 2017

What does your station have in store this year? Here are some ideas, as shared with us by station's in the sector!

CBAA Webinars

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 14th January 2017

*Past webinar - click through to view webinar recording*

Having cash reserves (money in the bank!) isn’t a not-for-profit no no. Rather, it protects your station from unexpected change, something that’s more frequent in an age of tightened purse strings and increasing need.

Andrew McLellan, 20th December 2016

Half a room of community broadcasters are about to celebrate a significant milestone. So how best to prepare and make the most of a station's archive and history?

CBAA Conference 2016

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 25th November 2016

Should your station register as a charity? The short answer is, yes.

Conference Workshop 2015

Helen Henry, 13th October 2016

The largest annual gathering of community broadcasters - the CBAA Conference - is coming up fast! 10-13 November in Melbourne.

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Helen Henry, 28th June 2016

​Radio Adelaide Chairman Iain Evans is excited to announce experienced radio and media identity Rob Popplestone as the new General Manager of Radio Adelaide.

Holly Ransom

Helen Henry, 18th May 2016

Holly Ransom will speak on leading positive change in community radio stations.

Helen Henry, 13th April 2016

RPH Australia, the peak body for the Radio Reading Network serving people with a print disability, has appointed its first Executive Officer since 2002 after a recruitment campaign that saw interest from Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart.