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Frieda Lee, 21st March 2022

The Select Committee on Regional Australia has concluded its inquiry into regional Australia and published its report: Pride of Place: Inquiry into the future of Regional Australia.

Alex Crerar, 15th March 2022

Jeremy joined the CBAA's Digital Radio Projects in early 2022 bringing with him an array of knowledge and expertise. Despite his newcomer status at the CBAA, Jeremey isnt new to community radio, hosting his own show on Sydney's 2RRR. 

Amy Leiper, 15th March 2022

Silver Memories' Gary Thorpe OAM named one of Pro Bono's 2022 most inspiring and influential people working for social change

Frieda Lee, 14th March 2022

The ACMA has made some minor changes to their Political and Election Matter Guidelines. 

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Danny Chifley, 14th March 2022

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.* 

You know what makes your station great, but what is the best way to convey your vision and value to prospective sponsors?

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Jon Bisset, 9th March 2022

The last few days and weeks have been extremely tough for many of our stations – and the staff and volunteers that power community radio. Some stations have gone off air due to loss of power and access. Devastatingly, 88.9 FM Richmond Valley Radio in Coraki, NSW has been badly damaged by the floods. And our thoughts are especially with River FM 92.9 in Lismore at this time, as the flood took the life of one of their presenters, Marge Graham.

 

Amy Leiper, 8th March 2022

CBAA’s CEO, Jon Bisset, and Head of Advocacy and Communications, Holly Friedlander Liddicoat represented both CBAA and the Local & Independent News Association as they appeared in front of the House of Representatives' Standing Committee on Communications and Arts to address its inquiry into Australia’s regional newspapers. They were joined by Ian Cole, Station Manager for Outback Radio and Editor/Publisher of The Western Herald.

Amy Leiper, 7th March 2022

FIRST SOUNDS Vol.8 is calling for track entries in any genre from independent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians who want to be heard on community radio airwaves and featured by indigiTUBE.

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Danny Chifley, 3rd March 2022

Radio 1RPH in Canberra seek a Development Manager for a part-time role. 

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Danny Chifley, 1st March 2022

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia is pleased to welcome you to the March 2022 content of our national suicide prevention and mental health awareness project, developed with the support of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

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Danny Chifley, 1st March 2022

It is with great sadness that the CBAA and the community broadcasting sector marks the passing of Terry Mather OAM.

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 28th February 2022

In response to challenges faced by the hyperlocal news industry, the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas (JNI) has partnered with the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) to develop an industry-wide capacity-building organisation, the Local and Independent News Association (LINA).

Amy Leiper, 25th February 2022

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.* 

With the Community Radio Plus app launch nearing, we want to showcase its features to our community broadcasters and provide you with the information you need to promote it to your listeners.

Amy Leiper, 24th February 2022

CBAA is pleased to announce Brady Evans, a National Radio News (NRN) cadet, has graduated on to a new job with Nine Radio.

Amy Leiper, 24th February 2022

https://www.pbsfm.org.au/After 15 years at the helm of Melbourne’s community radio station PBS 106.7FM, General Manager, Adrian Basso, has announced he will be stepping down mid-2022.

Amy Leiper, 23rd February 2022

CBAA partners with Creative Victoria as part of the Victorian Government's On the Road Again initiative to bring live music back to regional Victoria.

Alex Crerar, 23rd February 2022

Joshua joins the CBAA as Amrap Support officer. As a musician himself, Joshua brings with him excellent production skills, music industry admin, as well as extensive workshop, and creative writing experience.

Amy Leiper, 18th February 2022

The CBAA is kicking off its Participation Census to get feedback from all volunteers and workers in community radio stations. The aim is to understand the people that make up our vibrant sector.

Frieda Lee, 17th February 2022

Our submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission makes recommendations about the inclusion of community media targets. 

Frieda Lee, 17th February 2022

Our 2022-2023 Pre-Budget Submission provides the details of the community broadcasting sector’s request that our annual allocation be increased from $20.37m to $25.37m.