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CBAA Vice President Melanie Withnall steps down following ABC Radio Sydney appointment

Tuesday 24 July, 2018

Community Broadcasting Association of Australia VP Melanie Withnall is stepping down from the role following her June appointment as Manager of ABC Radio Sydney. 

 

Board President Phillip Randall shared the below on behalf of the rest of the board, CEO Jon Bisset and staff at the CBAA:

Melbourne LGBTI station enjoys audience increase

Friday 13 July, 2018

Australia’s only LGBTI+ radio station, JOY Melbourne has posted its third consecutive audience increase, with growth of 19% taking its monthly listenership to 470,000, according to the latest McNair national listener survey.

Revamp for CBAA Community Radio Awards

Thursday 17 May, 2018

Twelve new categories added for 2018.

CBAA National Features and Documentary Series

Thursday 08 March, 2018

An annual showcase of work by new and emerging Australian community radio producers.

Community radio to celebrate International Women's Day

Wednesday 07 March, 2018

CBAA partners with PBS for a national live broadcast. 

AMRAP staff terminated after 'Republic of AMRAP' actions

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

The news comes one month after AMRAP vacated the CBAA offices. 

Last month radioinfo reported that staff at the community broadcasting sector's Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP) staged an 'intervention' and took over the AIRIT airplay website in an attempt to force the CBAA to back down on a proposed restructure, which AMRAP says would spread its members across numerous CBAA departments. 

Any bean counter can see 'a fair future' for AMRAP

Wednesday 10 January, 2018
AMRAP staff who have gone out on their own in an attempt to stop a restructure of the project have released another video today focusing on the funding and governance model of the Australian Music Airplay Project.

'We have formed The Republic of AMRAP as a peaceful but public intervention'

Tuesday 09 January, 2018
Staff at the community broadcasting sector's Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP) have staged an "intervention" and taken over the AIRIT airplay website in an attempt to force the CBAA to back down on a proposed restructure.

AMRAP Manager Chris Johnson and his staff have left the CBAA offices and taken over the AMRAP website, posting details of their campaign and a video explaining their action.

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