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hfriedlander, 21st January 2021

CBAA and First Nations Media Australia joint submission.

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hfriedlander, 21st January 2021

The CBAA makes a submission to the Commonwealth Government's Media Diversity in Australia inquiry.

Wendy.McWilliam, 16th December 2020

The team at CBAA will be taking a break from Monday 21st of December. We will reopen the office from 9 am (AEDT) Monday 11 January 2021. But rest assured we are still here for you. 

Danny Chifley, 14th December 2020

The Community Broadcasting Association is pleased to welcome you to the January 2021 content of our national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

CBAA Webinar - Basics Community Journalism - supported by the CMTO

Danny Chifley, 14th December 2020

Supported by the CMTO

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.* 

Community Journalism empowers broadcasters to share the stories that matter most to their community. 

Wendy.McWilliam, 11th December 2020

Thanks to renewed funding from the Australia Council for the Arts, First Sounds 2021 will enter a new phase of this exciting initiative. First Sounds 2021 will see it expand with the addition of a one-on-one mentorship program, supporting First Nations artists to take their careers to the next level. 

Wendy.McWilliam, 9th December 2020

If there’s one thing we can all agree on as we come to the end of 2020, it’s certainly that this has been a year like no other. Looking back, the CBAA is pleased to share 12 outstanding accomplishments of 2020 that speak to the strength, kindness and ingenuity of our sector.

That's What I Call Science

amclellan, 9th December 2020

We chat with the CBAA Award winning science program that started on the Community Radio Network in 2020.

APAC Association Awards winner

Wendy.McWilliam, 4th December 2020

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia was named the winner of the inaugral COVID-19 Hero Association Award. This award recognises associations that exemplified the highest standards of excellence and achievement that have significantly changed the association industry particulalry during a global pandemic.

Wendy.McWilliam, 2nd December 2020

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia and First Nations Media Australia round off the inaugural year of their First Sounds partnership – a series compiling and distributing music from new and emerging First Nations artists – with First Sounds Volume 4.

Wendy.McWilliam, 1st December 2020

The CBAA welcomes its newest Board Member, Hannah Rogers, who will join the existing board for 2020/2021.

Hannah Rogers

2019 CBAA Awards Winners Excellence in Innovative Programming & Content - JOY 94.9

Wendy.McWilliam, 1st December 2020

Phillip Randall, CBAA’s President, opened the 2020 CBAA AGM last month by commending everyone involved in the hundreds of community radio stations around Australia – stations which strive to contri

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Danny Chifley, 1st December 2020

The Community Broadcasting Association is pleased to welcome you to the December 2020 content of our national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

Voice Tracking for Your Summer button

Danny Chifley, 24th November 2020

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.* 

After everything that 2020 has thrown at you, you deserve a break! Our webinar will look at pre-recorded content management for when you're away from your station. Supported by the CMTO.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

Patterns was made on Kaurna country, and we pay our respects to their elder’s past, present and emerging.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

In Murky Waters was made on Barkandji country, and we pay our respects to their elder’s past, present and emerging.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

Danni Stewart of FBi Radio reflects on the state of Aged Care in Australia with her late grandmother.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

Mother Tongue was made on Gadigal land, and we pay our respects to their elder’s past, present and emerging.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

As part of the National Features and Documentary Series 2020, Mother Cluckers was made on Bundjalung country, and we pay our respects to their elder’s past, present and emerging.

Alex Crerar, 24th November 2020

As part of the National Features and Documentary Series, Homeschooling On The Rise was made on the lands of the Turrbal and Jagera, and we pay our respects to their elder’s past, present and emerging.