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Mitch Fuller, 4th February 2020

Music Moving the Metro Chart

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Sharmaine Spencer, 30th January 2020

In very exciting news the CRN program Recorded Live is set to celebrate its 400th show in early March. Recorded Live is a ‘bite size’ 14 to 18 min live music show, with the focus on live Australian music from the last 4 decades.

Katrina Hughes, 29th January 2020

Welcome to the February 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.

Katrina Hughes, 28th January 2020

Australian Honours and Awards recognise the outstanding service and contributions of Australians. Recipients come from right across the country and from all walks of life. While some well-known people receive awards, many more are known only to those they help and serve day-in-day-out. All recipients are worthy of recognition and celebration.

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Sharmaine Spencer, 28th January 2020

CBAA 2019 Community Radio Awards winner for Excellence in Innovative Programming and Content, Checkpoint, is joining the CRN in 2020! 

Mitch Fuller, 28th January 2020

Music Moving the Metro Chart

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 23rd January 2020

Throughout the recent bushfire crisis and in the aftermath, community radio has remained a vital source of local emergency information and space for community connection.

CBAA Webinars

Danny Chifley, 22nd January 2020

*Past webinar, click through to watch recording.*

With more listeners looking to connect with their station on a digital front, now is the best time to establish your station in the online sphere. RWS makes it easy and affordable for CBAA member stations of all shapes and sizes to create and manage their very own station websites. 

Siobhán Moran-McFarlane

Sharmaine Spencer, 21st January 2020

Two time CBAA Community Radio Awards finalist and the winner of the 2018 award for Excellence in News & Current Affairs programming, Another World, is joining the CRN in 2020! 

Mitch Fuller, 20th January 2020

Leading the Way on the Regional Chart

Katrina Hughes, 20th January 2020

Increasingly community broadcasters are taking on the responsibility of providing warnings and other information to their communities in times of emergency.

Mitch Fuller, 14th January 2020

Music Moving the Metro Chart

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CBAA Communications, 5th January 2020

Did you know that you can use the CBAA’s National Listener Survey (NLS) data to communicate your station's important role in your community to government, grant providers and potential sponsors?

Katrina Hughes, 31st December 2019

The Community Broadcasting Association is pleased to welcome you to the January 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.

Katrina Hughes, 31st December 2019

With 2019 coming to a close, the CBAA would like to share just a few highlights of our year.

Andrew McLellan, 31st December 2019

A Q&A with host Peter Lehner, who has been behind the program for almost 6 years now. A national version of the program is available through the Community Radio Network.

Deadly Beats

Andrew McLellan, 30th December 2019

Approaching four years on air, each week Deadly Beats brings listeners the freshest in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander hip-hop and more.

Katrina Hughes, 19th December 2019

Community radio stations are community services – and should be safe places for all members of each community to come together. But sometimes situations crop up that challenge this social cohesion, and it’s how we handle these that can influence our station’s culture, people’s wellbeing and station ability to broadcast.

Mitch Fuller, 16th December 2019

Music Moving the Metro Chart

Katrina Hughes, 16th December 2019

Did you know 40,000 children wake up separated on Christmas morning with at least one parent in jail? The holidays can be a hard time for estranged families, let alone families physically separated over the holidays. CRN has a gift for these families this Christmas.