CRA | Page 2 | radioinfo

CRA

In broadcasting we take risks every day: CEO Forum #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019

At the Radio Alive conference today, Tim Burrows hosted a panel of CEOs, who tackled a number of hot topics in the radio industry in their ‘fireside chat.’

Tim’s first question was about brave moves that the CEO have made, and whether they worked or not.

Adam Lang: “Every day in talk radio requires bravery… usually things work really well, that friendship of live talk radio. But sometimes we push it too hard. 99% of our broadcast minutes we can be proud of, but there are a few we can’t.”

Hedley Thomas talks about the making of Teachers Pet #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019
“I was always troubled that her death had never gone before a court. I felt a reinvestigation could deliver justice,” Teachers Pet podcast producer Hedley Thomas told today’s Radio Alive conference.

“I didn’t have a budget for voice actors so I pulled in people from everywhere, my wife, a friend from golf…” Hedley Thomas told Ben Fordham in a Q & A about how the award winning podcast was made.

Australian radio partners with Google #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019
CRA has made a third announcement at the opening of this year's Radio Alive conference, revealing a new partnership with Google to make it simple and easy for listeners to find and listen to live streams of local Australian radio stations on Google Nest devices.

The partnership between industry body Commercial Radio Australia and Google will make more than 300 Australian AM, FM and DAB+ digital radio stations easily accessible on Google Nest devices, including Nest Home, Nest Mini, Nest Max and Nest Hub Max via voice command.

Hamish and Andy top the new Aussie Podcast rankings revealed at #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019

Australia's radio industry has launched a national podcast ranker at today's Radio Alive conference in Brisbane. 

The top ten commercial radio podcasts in the first rankings results are:

Temporary Community Broadcasting Licences criticised in ACMA submissions

Thursday 10 October, 2019

The Commercial Radio sector has criticised the Community Broadcasting sector in its submission to the ACMA's Future of Radio consultation, for the overuse of temporary licences (TCBLs).

The community broadcasting sector says it is an ACMA resource issue.

In its submission, CRA says:

Music Inquiry recommendations will bring more costs and inequity: Joan Warner

Wednesday 03 April, 2019

The House of Representatives Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts has presented its report on the Australian music industry. The committee has made
16 recommendations to ensure the future growth and sustainability of this sector. 

Committee Chair Luke Howarth MP said "investment in the support and promotion of Australian artists and other industry careers is essential to the retention of talent and,
ultimately, the sustainability and growth of the Australian music industry."

You too could be an ACRA winner

Sunday 10 March, 2019

On the eve of the first radio survey results for 2019, entries are now open for the 31stannual Australian Commercial Radio Awards (ACRAs).

If content is king, protecting your content makes common sense

Tuesday 26 February, 2019

CRA's Joan Warner responds to James Cridland

CRA takes on tech giants at Digital Platforms Inquiry

Monday 25 February, 2019

 

Commercial Radio Australia has laid down (what they hope will be) the law on a range of measures to protect broadcasters’ content and limit the ability of the global tech giants to use their market power to unfairly erode the business model of commercial radio stations.

Commercial Radio courts politicians over cocktails in Canberra

Wednesday 13 February, 2019

Each year commercial network chiefs band together under the CRA umbrella and  make their way to Canberra to rub shouders with lawmakers and put the industry's case to them

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - CRA
radioinfo ABN: 87 004 005 109  P O Box 6430 North Ryde NSW 2113 Australia.  |  All content © 2012. All Rights Reserved.