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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 20th January 2017

Small stations, especially those in regional, rural and remote areas, know intimately the challenges of running a community station — both financially and in terms of engaging their audience. However when new trials arise, these stations also exercise great flexibility and find highly inventive ways in which to move forward.

Tara Carragher

Amrap, 19th January 2017

Find out more about how community radio program makers are supporting Australian musicians in this ongoing Q&A series by Amrap.

Dylan Storer

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 30th November 2016

My name is Dylan Storer. I am a volunteer broadcaster on Wangki Yupurnanupurru Radio in the Kimberley, WA & SYN Nation in Melbourne. This is my story.

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Danny Chifley, 13th October 2016

Governance is the responsibility of a community radio station’s board. Check out these tips for good governance.

Morgan Bain

Amrap, 8th February 2016

Behind the Music celebrates the ways that community radio broadcasters and Australian musicians use Amrap to champion Australian music on air and online.

Caitlin Park

Amrap, 15th May 2015

Almost five million Australians listen to community radio every week and since the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap) started Australian music airplay on community radio has increased by 7% to a new average of 39%.