community television

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Amy Leiper, 12th August 2021

CTV+ launches as a website, available now via ctvplus.org.au, and has both Android and iOS versions in development for future release in early 2022. The service will enable viewers to watch both stations’ live linear broadcast feeds as well as being able to catch up on over 20 locally produced community TV programs, with plans to double its content offering over the next six months

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 23rd June 2021

Until at least 30 June 2024.

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Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 14th December 2016

Community TV stations have welcomed the decision by the Minister for Communications, Mitch Fifield to extend their broadcast licences for another six months.

CBAA News, 1st October 2014

The 2014 Antenna Awards will be held on Wednesday, 1 October at the Deakin Edge at Melbourne's Federation Square.

CBAA News, 10th September 2014

The Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull has today announced that community television stations will only be licensed until the end of 2015.

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CBAA News, 21st July 2014

The Australian Community Television Alliance has kicked off a campaign calling for Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull to Commit To Community TV.

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CBAA News, 3rd June 2014

Leveraging the power of communities is a social media guide for community TV broadcasters. The guide is an initiative of C31 Melbourne, on behalf of the CTV sector. It was funded by the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

CBAA News, 27th November 2012

The CBF are looking for an additional member to join the TV Grants Advisory Committee (TVGAC).