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Support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musicians through community radio partnership

Wednesday 11 September, 2019

The CBAA has received funding from the Australia Council for the Arts and will partner with First Nations Media Australia on a new initiative to raise the profile of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists by helping to share their songs and stories.
 

CBAA conference program is finalised

Friday 30 August, 2019

The CBAA has finalised the program for this year’s conference in Melbourne.

Sounds Like Community Radio, a live broadcast event from 4ZZZ

Thursday 08 August, 2019

Brisbane community radio station 4ZZZ and Amrap, the CBAA’s Australian Music Radio Airplay Project, are joining forces to present Sounds Like Community Radio, a live broadcast featuring some of the most exciting artists working in Australian music today.
 
Community radio in Australia now reaches nearly 6,000,000 listeners each week and showcasing the diversity Australian music has to offer is one of community radio’s true calling cards.
 

CBAA cleared of misuse of Amrap funds

Tuesday 18 September, 2018

In October 2017, the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) received a complaint from a former employee of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) about the CBAA’s management of the Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (Amrap).

AMRAP staff terminated after 'Republic of AMRAP' actions

Wednesday 14 February, 2018

The news comes one month after AMRAP vacated the CBAA offices. 

Last month radioinfo reported that staff at the community broadcasting sector's Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP) staged an 'intervention' and took over the AIRIT airplay website in an attempt to force the CBAA to back down on a proposed restructure, which AMRAP says would spread its members across numerous CBAA departments. 

Any bean counter can see 'a fair future' for AMRAP

Wednesday 10 January, 2018
AMRAP staff who have gone out on their own in an attempt to stop a restructure of the project have released another video today focusing on the funding and governance model of the Australian Music Airplay Project.

'We have formed The Republic of AMRAP as a peaceful but public intervention'

Tuesday 09 January, 2018
Staff at the community broadcasting sector's Australian Music Radio Airplay Project (AMRAP) have staged an "intervention" and taken over the AIRIT airplay website in an attempt to force the CBAA to back down on a proposed restructure.

AMRAP Manager Chris Johnson and his staff have left the CBAA offices and taken over the AMRAP website, posting details of their campaign and a video explaining their action.

Community Radio is so important for performing artists: James Blundell #CBAAConf

Saturday 11 November, 2017
"The importance of community radio can't be overestimated in the success of country music in Australia," James Blundell has told the CBAA Conference in Queensland.

"Community radio announcers have longevity, I know they know my music and I have talked to them over many years, so when one of my songs gets played on community radio I know the announcers will help me build my fan base."

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