Please find below links to various information to assist community broadcasters. If the information you're after is not available below, please contact the CBAA on 02 9310 2999 or email@example.com .
Please click on the link in the heading to access the relevant information.
Find out more  about the national representative organisation for community stations.
Further information  including membership applications and details regarding CBAA membership.
The Community Radio Codes of Practice (the Codes ) set out the guiding principles and policies for programming on community broadcasting stations. They also outline the operational standards for stations that hold a community broadcasting licence. The Codes are available to download as well as view online. If your station requires hard copy versions of the Codes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Broadcasting Services Act 1992  outlines the legal framework for community broadcasting and explains the role the sector plays in delivering diverse media services that reflect a sense of Australian identity, character and cultural diversity.
Under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992 (the Act), all community broadcasting licensees are required to comply with obligations set out in the Act, licence conditions and codes of practice. The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has developed the Community Broadcasting Sponsorship Guidelines 2008  (the guidelines) to assist licensees to comply with the licence conditions.
Further sponsorship information is available as part of the Codes of Practice - Code 6: Sponsorship .
The Australian Copyright Council have compiled several user-friendly information sheets and FAQs relevant for TV & Radio Broadcasters, available here . Further information from the Australian Copyright Council of relevance to community broadcasters is available here .
Subscribing stations can access a selection of the best programs from community radio around the country to enhance their local programming via the Community Radio Network .
Find out more about the Digital Radio Project (DRP)  and digital radio as a whole.
Established in 1969, the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia  Limited is a national, non government, non-profit organisation that represents the interest of record companies and Australian recording artists. The CBAA has negotiated a discounted rate on behalf of its members for PPCA fees.
APRA|AMCOS  work to ensure that composers, songwriters and publishers are rewarded whenever, and wherever, their musical works are broadcast on community radio. The APRA Reporting for Community Broadcasters Info Kit  assists community broadcsters in providing accurate information to APRA|AMCOS.
The Broadcasting Services Act (1992) stipulates broadcast law regarding media coverage of local, state and federal elections. It is the responsibility of every community broadcaster to ensure that these laws are observed, as a condition of the station's licence. The Election Coverage page of the CBAA website  includes information political advertising, political material and links to ACMA election coverage info sheets.
Information for community broadcasters  who employ staff at their organisation. Includes potential modern awards for community broadcasters.