Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable


As the national peak body for the community broadcasting sector as a whole, the CBAA liaises with the six community broadcasting peak bodies and the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) through the Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable.

The Roundtable is under the auspice of the CBAA and exists to identify and advance issues of mutual interest.

The Roundtable consists of representatives from:

  • The Australian Community Television Alliance (ACTA)
  • Christian Media & Arts Australia (CMAA)
  • The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA)
  • First Nations Media Australia (FNMA)
  • The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council (NEMBC)
  • Disability Media Australia (DMA), and
  • The Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF)

The Roundtable identifies and discusses sector needs, emerging issues, policy positions, funding requirements and joint advocacy initiatives.

The Roundtable is a key element in the CBAA’s strategy to provide effective sector leadership and advocacy, and provide an appropriate process for the sector to work on policy and development issues. Roundtable discussions act as an important consultation mechanism for the CBAA and impact on the development of policies and actions relevant to the sector. 

The Community Broadcasting Sector Roundtable is guided by its Charter.

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