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Andrew Morris joins the CBAA as Manager, Online Product & Services

Friday 07 June, 2019

Andrew Morris comes to the newly created CBAA role of Manager, Online Products and Services with 24 years’ experience in the Australian radio industry.
 
His experience spans on-air, programming and over the past 15 years leading Sydney’s Hope 103.2’s digital and online content strategy.
 

2019 CBAA Community Radio Award entries close next week

Friday 24 May, 2019

The CBAA Community Radio Awards will close at 5pm next Wednesday, 29 May 2019 with the winners announced in October.

Each year CBAA produce an Awards program offering an inspiring snapshot of the achievements of stations with programs, initiatives or practices that have increased their capability and improved the services offered to their communities. 

Missing 90's charts wanted for It's Time

Tuesday 21 May, 2019

Barry McKay, who produces a retro charts radio show, It’s Time for the Community Radio Network at the CBAA, is looking for some music charts from the 90’s.
 

Ian Hamm appointed President of the CBF

Wednesday 15 May, 2019

The Community Broadcasting Foundation has announced that Ian Hamm will join their Board as the new President, following the retirement of Peter Batchelor at the end of June.

Wendy McWilliam joins the CBAA

Tuesday 14 May, 2019

Wendy McWilliam has joined the CBAA as Marketing, Communications and Events Manager.

88.9fm Tamworth celebrates 5 years of changes

Friday 10 May, 2019

This week Tamworth’s 88.9 FM celebrated 5 years since the community station re branded from 2YOU FM, a major change for the station and the result of extensive research.

CBAA report on the state of community broadcasting

Wednesday 08 May, 2019

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has released a report on the state of the community broadcasting sector.

According to the report the sector is well positioned with a record six million weekly listeners, 26,000+ volunteers and thousands of financial members and subscribers.

CBAA is seeking guaranteed funding and an extra $5.1 million per year

Thursday 11 April, 2019

In the lead up to the Federal Election the CBAA is seeking a guarantee from all parties for continuing recurrent support to ensure the sector survives.
 
It is also asking for an extra $5.1 million annually to allow a larger development and operations grants pool through the General Sustainability and Development Fund to meet the growing needs of community radio stations.

The CBAA gets good news from Google

Wednesday 27 March, 2019

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is one of 23 winners in the Google News Initiative (GNI) Asia Pacific Innovation Challenge.
 
Selected from 215 applicants across the region, the CBAA is one of five Australian winners. 
 
The CBAA’s project is focused on digital philanthropy and digital content in community radio news and will receive a share of the total $3.2 million funding pool.
 

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