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Nominations for this year’s Technorama Awards have been extended

Wednesday 27 March, 2019

Nominations for this year’s Technorama Awards have been extended to 31 March.
 
The Technorama Awards have been framed to recognise Technologist excellence, and to encourage positive behaviours and personal development by Technologists in support of the Community Broadcasting Codes of Practice and recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements by dedicated and innovative technologists in community media. 
 

TR19 is just around the corner

Friday 08 March, 2019

Technorama 2019 is just around the corner, beginning on May 3rd, with Earlybird Registration now open.
 
Technorama aims to support and provide education for all technologists in the Community Broadcasting Sector and partners with the CBF, CBAA, CMTO and First Nations Media, along with vendors, other associations and all the interested people who get stations to air and keep them there.
 

Two new members for Technorama board

Monday 25 June, 2018

Board unanimously votes to appoint Emma Couch and Julie Spencer.

Technorama welcomes young people and women to TR18

Tuesday 20 March, 2018

Technorama has some funding available for those outside of the 'traditional technologist older-male demographic'. 

Senior Engineer Julie Spencer TR18 guest of honour

Tuesday 06 March, 2018

Community radio conference Technorama 2018 to be held in Melbourne. 

The hardest to fill vacancy in radio. And how you could fill it

Monday 19 June, 2017

Most HR recruiters will tell you that Broadcast Engineers are as rare as hens’ teeth.

CBAA CEO to present at Technorama

Friday 12 May, 2017

Technorama, the conference supporting technologists in community broadcasting has revealed some of the topics to be covered next month at TR17.
 
Community Radio Engineering Policy Update:
Jon Bisset  
CBAA's CEO explains the implications of the recent funding announcements and its importance for expansion of regional DAB+  Hear updates on policy activities affecting the sector's technology community, including the 800MHz bandplan amendments.

Conference supporting technologists in community broadcasting

Tuesday 02 May, 2017

Registrations are now open for Technorama, a conference supporting technologists in Community Broadcasting.

It will be held in Campbelltown (Sydney) next month, 16-18 June 2017.

Technorama was created in 2008 when four passionate technologists (John Maizels, Chris Deacon, Mike Tobin, and Steve Hutson) were appointed as founding members of the CBAA’s Technical Standing Committee.

The training has left the station

Friday 15 July, 2016

On RadioINSIGHT this week, veteran US Engineer Chris Tarr has a good old lash-out at the state of engineering skill in our industry. John Maizels agrees with his views.

 
More than just opining the state of skill, Chris Tarr is pointing out the obvious:  we have a desperate skill shortage. 

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