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Reuse and repurpose your audio #CBAAConf

Saturday 12 November, 2016

The Future of Content was the first topic on day two of the CBAA Conference in Melbourne.
Four speakers shared their thoughts about the future of content.
James Cridland
Of all the new ways of delivering content, podcasting will be one of the most important platforms in the future.
You should make the most of your content. Reuse it and repurpose it for many platforms.

Listeners want to be connected to their communities: @SenatorNash #CBAAConf

Friday 11 November, 2016
In a keynote speech at today’s CBAA Conference, Fiona Nash Minister for Regional Communications told broadcasters, “I’m a very big supporter of community radio. I’m  very conscious of the importance of Community Radio in our rural communities.”

CBAA Conference begins in Melbourne

Thursday 10 November, 2016
The Community Broadcasting Association's annual conference has begun in Melbourne.

At a sunset function by the Yarra River, community radio broadcasters from all over Australia converged for three days of discussion, training and planning sessions about the community broadcasting sector.

Ten fresh community radio docos ready for broadcast

Wednesday 02 November, 2016
Ten participants were chosen in early 2016 from new and emerging community radio producers around Australia, who had submitted an idea for a feature.

The National Features and Documentary Series aim was to encourage storytelling from new and emerging producers around the country.

Minister for Regional Communications to address CBAA Conference

Saturday 15 October, 2016

Regional Communications Minister Fiona Nash will address community broadcasters at the CBAA Conference next month.

CBAA Webinar Series

Wednesday 12 October, 2016

The CBAA has announced its calendar of events for the month of October.

Last chance to enter CRN Segments and be paid

Friday 23 September, 2016
Applications for the current round of CRN Segments (4) are closing on 30 September. 
Segments is a content development initiative and an opportunity for community radio producers to create a short content series for national distribution via the Community Radio Network, and be paid for their work.

Campaign gains momentum

Thursday 16 June, 2016

Thousands of community radio listeners, volunteers and supporters have petitioned against the Coalition Government’s decision to cut $1.4 million per annum to the sector’s digital service. 

The Keep Community Radio now has over 52,000 signatures. 

The Day of Action, #keepcommunity radio trended on Twitter and almost 90,000 people were talking about it on Facebook.

With just a few weeks until the election the campaign continues with a focus directly on MPs in marginal seats.

Labor promises funding to community digital radio

Thursday 02 June, 2016

Labor has outlined it's commitment to community radio in an election campaign funding announcement today.

It comes as the CBAA begins its campaign to "Keep the Community in Radio" to restore digital radio transmission funding, to ensure that community radio is not trapped in an analog ghetto while other broadcasters go digital.

That campaign follows the announcement of cuts to community digital radio funding in the Federal Government's recent budget.

2016 CBAA Conference: Introducing the first speaker

Tuesday 17 May, 2016

What does positive change look like and how can it be led successfully? Who is holding back change in your station and who is driving it forward?

This year’s CBAA Conference will see Holly Ransom take the stage to explore the state of flux we find ourselves in and the challenges that change poses to us as community broadcasters, as not for profit organisations and as a sector that plays such a huge role in nurturing Australia’s open society, strong democracy and vibrant culture


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