Kaarina Lindell recording an Edison Phonograph at Resurrection Radio

hfriedlander, 8th May 2018

How do you pitch to the National Features and Documentary Series?

amclellan, 20th February 2018

National broadcasts and specials that #PressforProgress

National Features and Documentary Series

Lachlan Wyllie, 28th September 2017

Listen to the wisdom of the elders of the land.

Amrap, 31st January 2017

The Amrap Charts show the Top 10 tracks ordered for airplay by community broadcasters through Amrap’s AirIt music distribution service.

Tiga Bayles

Helen Henry, 18th April 2016

Australia’s most prominent and awarded First Nations broadcaster, Tiga Bayles, has passed away.

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Digital Radio Project staff, 7th July 2015

Four community digital radio (DAB+) services based in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth will host a special 12-hour broadcast tomorrow to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


Digital Radio Project staff, 30th June 2015

Radio NAIDOC is a live collaborative radio event on DAB+ next Wednesday, 8 July, broadcasting NAIDOC Week celebrations live on digital Indigenous stations across the country.


Helen Henry, 3rd June 2015

Radio NAIDOC, a celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island culture, will be broadcast live on community radio stations around the country on July 8th during NAIDOC Week 2015.

enadmin, 22nd October 2014

On Tuesday 21 October, Amnesty International Australia celebrated the very best reporting on human rights issues in Australia for 2014 as part of their inaugural Media Awards ceremony in Sydney.

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Emma Ramsay, 22nd January 2014

January 26 of each year has many meanings for Australians. First Nations or Aboriginal Australians see the day as our Survival.