amclellan, 5th March 2019

Preliminary rollout of the new generation of CBAA’s Digital Delivery Network (DDN) is now underway to Community Radio Network subscriber stations.

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enadmin, 4th December 2014

A 10-part series that celebrates the careers of performers past and present that have entertained you on stage, TV and radio where they have made you laugh, cry, sing and dance.


enadmin, 4th December 2014

4ZZZ, 4EB and Noosa FM are collaborating on this year's national Woodford Folk Festival broadcast.

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enadmin, 17th November 2014

Take your listeners on a trip to Byron this week, with three days of musical action from one of the best new music festivals on the scene.

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enadmin, 30th October 2014

Celebrating fatherhood and masculinity, and aiming to promote a positive view of fathers, men and boys, Dads On The Air is a fascinating insight into mainstream society's shifting attitudes towards fathers and fatherhood.

enadmin, 16th October 2014

If you need a distraction from the distraction that is Australia's political class, tune in to Alternative Radio and suck up some really interesting and intelligent comment.

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enadmin, 16th October 2014

JOY's Dean Beck explores the naked truth behind the evangelical ex-gay movement. This four-part series is coming to stations through the Community Radio Network in the Extras 2 slot, from Wednesday 12 November to Wednesday 3 December.

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CBAA Web Articles., 12th September 2014

The 12 pieces made for the inaugural Documentary & Features Competition, run by the CBAA and the CMTO, are ready for airtime. These will be available to stations for local broadcast through the CRN programming service in October and November.

enadmin, 6th August 2014

After 28 months on-air, the Big Sound-Live Train live music recording project is getting a makeover.

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enadmin, 5th August 2014

Each week independent wine writer and broadcaster Michael Hince will give your listeners an insight into the world of wine and wine-makers.