CRN

Katrina Hughes, 9th April 2020

At this time, community radio stations play a critical role in delivering their communities informed, factual information while also preventing the social stigma associated with COVID-19.

Gaven Livermore JP, Broadcaster/Senior Technician, 2AAA, Wagga

Katrina Hughes, 18th March 2020

The CBAA, through the Community Radio Network (CRN), is pleased to make available the full selection of CRN programming via FTP for stations adversely affected by COVID-19.

Jon Bisset, CBAA's Chief Executive Officer, 29th January 2019

A key strategy of the CBAA is to assist stations to build their capacity. This means, helping your station to build its skills, resources, knowledge, personnel, infrastructure, content and income to continue trhiving and growing to meet the current and changing needs of your community.  

Martin Walters, 19th October 2018

The CBAA was saddened this week to hear of the passing of Max Thorburn, the founder of Mildura community radio station Hot FM, due to illness.

Album Art for Hermitude's Dark Night Sweet Light

Lachlan Wyllie, 28th September 2017

An exciting new series of specials by APRA AMCOS, picking apart great Australian albums with the songwriters and producers who brought them to life!

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.

Rhyming The Dead Poetry Radio Series artwork

Emma Ramsay, 6th October 2015

Available to stations for local rebroadcast, this new poetry series from the Red Room Company, in collaboration with several community radio stations and the CBAA, features 10 living Australian poets who have been commissioned to write poems for and about a dead poet of their choosing.