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CONVERGE Alice Springs First Nations Media conference

Thursday 28 November, 2019
The national conference for the First Nations media industry, CONVERGE, began in Mparntwe (Alice Springs) last night with a social functioin.

Over 160 delegates representing 48 organisations have gathered for the conference with event co-hosts, CAAMA welcoming delegates to their Todd St hub.

The social evening kicked off with tours of the impressive new studios and a welcome to country from Traditional Owner, Dr Patricia Miller AM who shared stories of her involvement in CAAMA's nearly 40-year history.

Registrations for CONVERGE 2019 are now open

Monday 19 August, 2019

Registrations for CONVERGE Alice Springs and the First Nations Media Awards are now open.
CONVERGE is the annual national conference for the First Nations media industry and this year the  event returns to Mparntwe, bringing together media organisations from remote, regional and urban locations on Arrernte country.

Leadership changes in the Indigenous broadcasting sector

Wednesday 08 March, 2017

After three years leading the team at Melbourne’s Indigenous broadcaster 3KND, respected Indigenous media pioneer Jim Remedio is moving on. His position will be filled by former CAAMA Station Manager Gerry Lyons (GMan).

Grant Hansen, the Chairperson of 3KND parent body South Eastern Indigenous Media Association, paid tribute to Jim’s contribution:

“Jim has worked very effectively with the Board, and our station has made great strides in the last few years.

History, as community radio covers the 2015 Budget

Friday 08 May, 2015

As the Macquarie Radio Network prepares to broadcast the Federal Budget for the first time, so too does community radio.

A team of 11 volunteers will go into the Budget lockup to bring the most extensive coverage and analysis in community radio history.

Aboriginal Radio leaps into the future...

Monday 06 October, 2014

Australia’s peak Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Radio network has embraced world’s best technology as part of its ongoing commitment to promote Aboriginal  and  Islander culture across the globe.

Launched in New York just weeks ago, The RCS Zetta system was then installed in Sydney and now Central Australia.

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