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enadmin, 10th September 2012

A month ahead of its 20th birthday, 2SSR FM in Sydney’s south has completed the finishing touches on the stations grand facelift and fresh new website.

enadmin, 10th September 2012

The journalistic skills of Barossa Valley's Triple B FM volunteer, Jason Balk were recently recognised when he was presented with a Media Citation at the Catholic Archbishops awards in Adelaide.

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enadmin, 10th September 2012

This October, FBi is giving two solo artists from NSW the experience of a lifetime.

enadmin, 6th September 2012

NEMBC is offering six broadcasting awards to recognise excellence in ethnic and multicultural programming and to recognise broadcasters for their work in multicultural community broadcasting.

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enadmin, 6th September 2012

This project aims to promote the importance of lifelong learning, and uses the stories of ten adult learners from diverse backgrounds to highlight the benefits of further learning.

enadmin, 4th September 2012

The Community Broadcasting Association is pleased to welcome you to the September 2012 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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enadmin, 30th August 2012

Triple R's The Architects have been given the honour of being part of the Australian Pavilion at the worlds foremost architecture exhibition, the Venice Bienalle.

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enadmin, 27th August 2012

With a weekly focus on global news, this half-hour program highlights humanitarian issues.

mwalters_2, 26th August 2012

Click through for the latest update on all happenings in the world of Primary Perspectives!

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enadmin, 22nd August 2012

The Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO) AudioLab is an online gallery exhibiting the best, most innovative examples of radio, so that emerging audio-experimenters can listen and learn, developing the skills needed to create their own masterpieces.

enadmin, 20th August 2012

The CBAA is pleased to present the August 2012 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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enadmin, 17th August 2012

On Sunday 2nd September, tune in from 13:00 EST for a set from Melbourne’s purveyors of bone shaking country blues Graveyard Train, all from the Visitor’s Centre at Port Phillip Correction centre in Laverton, with PBS' Claire Stuchbery hosting proceedings.

enadmin, 15th August 2012

The CBAA Podcast is a regular podcast that looks at what's being discussed in the world of community broadcasting.

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enadmin, 7th August 2012

Known for nearly four decades as 2MBS-FM, Sydney's first FM stereo radio station has undergone a major facelift with a new name, logo, website, social media channels and a new studio opening later in the year.

enadmin, 6th August 2012

A diverse range of sponsorship packages are available for the Conference, offering a unique opportunity to engage with community media.

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enadmin, 2nd August 2012

As spring draws nearer we thought it important to provide some tips regarding CRN satellite reception.

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CBAA Web Articles., 1st August 2012

On Winning a Walkley
Jimmy Little Tribute
By Invitation: Michael Gudinski
Community Cultural Development and Community Broadcasting
Skilling Up

enadmin, 31st July 2012

As always, a highlight of the SACBA Conference were the Bilby Awards celebrating the contribution community radio makes to the South Australian community and encourages high achievement within the sector.

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enadmin, 12th July 2012

Each week The Book Club team looks at what's new and exciting in the book world, bringing you all the latest literary news, book reviews, and in-depth interviews with world-renowned authors as well as up-and-coming names.