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Disconnect between journalist training and reality

Friday 14 May, 2021

With the world losing trust in mainstream media news, budding journalists are losing faith in their careers, reports Nisha Karyn.

As 2020 rolls along, how will you be travelling?

Sunday 02 February, 2020

Selling Radio Direct with Pat Bryson

Broadcasting during fires and emergencies

Wednesday 15 January, 2020

The weather has eased a little, giving bushfire fighters a much needed reprieve, but the fire season is still not over and local radio stations continue to do what they can to keep their communities informed.

Over the past ten years, Steve Ahern’s company AMT has worked on disaster and emergency response plans for Australian and International government agencies and disaster relief organisations such as the Red Cross to develop and deliver training for those facing emergencies. He shares some insights and guidelines.


Telling Your Story

Sunday 01 December, 2019

Peady's Selling Engagement

5 Ways to Get Hesitant Customers to Decide

Sunday 17 November, 2019

Peady's Selling Engagement

Tips for recruiting and retaining volunteers in community radio #CBAAConf

Saturday 26 October, 2019

In a session on volunteering, hosted by Geoff Sharp from Volunteering Victoria, a range of topics were discussed from how to get more volunteers to engaging young people.

“It is really easy to write a cheque or make a donation but there is nothing more valuable in this modern age than time. When you volunteer you give your time, that has high value,” said Sharp.

Asked the most important thing they have learnt from managing volunteers, the two panel members said:

Tips from the world’s most creative radio stations: Wade Kingsley #RadioAlive2019

Friday 18 October, 2019

The world’s most creative radio staions do 5 things better according to Wade Kingsley at one of the afternoon sessions at Radio Alive.

Here is his list, and his tips to make your station more creative.

1. They are more inventive.

They can make somethign out of nothing. Those with the fewer resources are often the most creative because they are more hungry. Take the resource and money component out of the equasion and just begin with a good idea and good storytelling. To be more creative, work with less, not more.

AFTRS FM pops up on iHeartRadio

Thursday 29 August, 2019

AFTRS FM, the third pop-up radio station for 2019 Graduate Diploma of Radio students at the Australian Film Television and Radio School is live on iHeartRadio.


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