How We Shape the News Webinar

Joshua Cole, 11th April 2024

Community Radio is committed to delivering news that speaks with an independent voice and on behalf of the community. It needs to offer a diversity of voices and perspectives that are not always heard in mainstream media. So how does the sector go about creating an editorial agenda and developing stories that reflect this goal? 


*Past webinar, click through to listen to recording*

Amy Leiper, 8th April 2022

CBAA’s Political Reporter Amanda Copp will be filing stories not only from National Radio News' Press Gallery studios in Parliament House, but she will be on the road with the major parties where she'll be busy working on the lead-up to the Federal Election

Frieda Lee, 23rd March 2022

A great outcome for community radio in The Future of Regional Newspapers in a Digital World: Inquiry into Australia's regional newspapers report published by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts this week. 

hfriedlander, 28th February 2022

In response to challenges faced by the hyperlocal news industry, the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas (JNI) has partnered with the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) to develop an industry-wide capacity-building organisation, the Local and Independent News Association (LINA).

Frieda Lee, 8th February 2022

The CBAA has made a submission to the Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts’ inquiry into Australia’s regional newspapers showcasing the innovative work community broadcasters are doing in the local news space.