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Natalie Pozdeev looks back on her time on the CBAA Board

Monday 19 November, 2018

After 8 years on the CBAA board, Natalie Pozdeev stepped aside from her role this year and looked back on how Community radio has changed in the past decade and on the bigger role women are now taking in the sector.
 

Community Radio is more important than ever #CBAAConf

Friday 09 November, 2018
Director at Media Diversity Australia, Antoinette Lattouf, addressed the CBAA conference on the importance of Media Diversity, especially within news and current affairs programs.
 
She says the general population isn’t properly reflected within the media and that the role of Community Broadcasters is now more important than every before.
 
Antoinette spoke to radioinfo about why diversity is so important.

 

CBAA Conference 2017 lineup

Wednesday 01 November, 2017

The Conference runs 9-12 November 2017.

Most entertaining: Brian Nankervis gives keynote address #CBAAConf

Friday 11 November, 2016
"This address by Brian Nankervis is most entertaining. What a great choice of guest speaker."
 
That comment from Facebook where the Keynote address at the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia’s conference given by the Rockwiz Producer, was being streamed live.
 
And delegates in the Plenary Hall at Melbourne's Pullman Hotel would agree.
 

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.

What will Community Broadcasting look like in 2035 #CBAAconf

Saturday 14 November, 2015

Day two of the conference kicked off with a vibrant discussion around the idea of Community Broadcasting and what it might look like in 20 years time.

CBAA Head of Marketing and Engagement, Tahlia Azaria began the discussion with her predictions of what the future looks like for the community broadcasting sector declaring that in 2035 community broadcasting would be redefined, but it will continue to be different to other forms of media.

National Features and Documentary Series #CBAAconf

Friday 13 November, 2015

The first session after lunch at today's CBAA Conferrence was a listening showcase highlighting the audio that has been produced for the National Features and Documentaries series this year. 

Earlier this year Producers were invited to submit their idea for a feature or documentary and, after receiving many excellent submissions, 12 individuals were chosen to undertake mentoring and training with the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO) to bring their idea to fruition.

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