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Photo of Emel Mathlouthi

CBAA News, 7th March 2014

On Saturday 8 March, Radio Adelaide is presenting an exclusive broadcast from Womadelaide of Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi, available via the CRN.

Star Observer logo

Emma Ramsay, 12th February 2014

Following its successful launch in 2013, Star Observer Digital is back on air until March 16.

Rainbow coloured star

CBAA News, 6th February 2014

Star Observer Digital is a pop-up digital radio service collaboration between 2ser 107.3, JOY949, 4ZZZ, Radio Adelaide, RTRFM and the Star Observer for people expressing sex, sexuality and gender diversities.

Adelaide Festival of Ideas poster

CBAA News, 23rd January 2014

The Adelaide Festival of Ideas is a chance to explore ideas beyond the sound bite, beyond the quick-fix, beyond the fixed position with guns drawn at midnight.

CBAA News, 4th December 2012

Congratulations to all winners of CBAA Awards in 2013, including the following programs which can be found right here on CRN.

CBAA News, 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.

Radio Adelaide 40th Birthday image

CBAA News, 25th June 2012

What do Shaun Micallef, Natasha Stott Despoja, Bob Downe and Twilight's Xavier Samuel all have in common?

Adelaide marketplace outside broadcaster

Alex White, 18th April 2011

Adelaide's 6 city wide stations launched their services with outside broadcasts in the central marketplace at 7am on Friday the 15th of April, providing the public with free doughnuts in the shapes of ones and zeros.

Michelle O'Connor, 1st August 2010

Abstract
Recognising the historical partnership between the community broadcasting and higher education sectors, this paper reviews the pioneer educational program Talking to New England as collaboration between the University of New England and 2SER. It also documents the contributions to learning and teaching at Charles Sturt University (CSU) over three decades by 2MCE and evaluates the potential contributions of the station to the development of new teaching resources such as educational podcasting. This paper also outlines a pilot project at CSU established to investigate whether the “explaining voice” as a style of vocal presentation closely aligned to radio broadcasting traditions, could be adopted for university audio learning.