President of the Muslim Women's Welfare of Australia and Program Coordinator of 2MFM - Muslim Community Radio, Faten El Dana has been awarded the A.H. Beard’s Community Hero Award as part of the NSW Government 2014 Women of the Year Awards.
The Community Hero Award showcases women who are local heroes or volunteers who have made an outstanding contribution to the NSW community.
In important news for community broadcasting organisations registered as a co-operative, a uniform set of national laws for co-operatives is being progressively introduced for States and Territories.
This will be achieved by each State and Territory either adopting the template Co-operatives National Law (CNL) or passing alternative legislation consistent with the Co-operatives National Law, in line with their jurisdiction’s Government and Parliamentary processes.
The CNL will reduce red tape and associated business costs for co-operatives on a number of levels.
A community radio celebration of International Women's Day.
In an Australian first, the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia’s Digital Radio Project and Community Radio Network are thrilled to be presenting a day of radio made by women, to be enjoyed by everyone.
Soundtrack your International Women’s Day with a digital pop up radio station in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, and online at www.girlstothemic.org.
The 2013 CBAA Conference featured a vast range of workshops and sessions. In an effort to disseminate Conference content beyond delegates lucky enough to attend, the CBAA endeavours to feature as much content online as possible.
We've recently added new material to our 2013 CBAA Conference Online Content page, including documentation from the Upgrading Your Studio session, presented by John Maizels and 3MDR's 'Mountain of Sound 2013' video from the Making Collaborative Content session.
We will continue to add content to the page as we receive it, so be sure to check back on a regular basis.
January 26 has many meanings for Australians. For First Nations or Aboriginal Australians, it is seen as a day to acknowledge survival.
Radio Survival, a special broadcast on DAB+ Digital Radio, the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia’s Community Radio Network and the National Indigenous Radio Service celebrates the enduring culture of First Nations Australians.
Utilising the efforts of four First Nations controlled community radio stations on the digital platform, it is a unique first.