The CBAA have added two more workshops to this year’s virtual CBAA Conference.
Psychological Safety and Duty of Care of Broadcasters During Disasters will be presented by Dr Cait McMahon Managing Director, Dart Centre Asia Pacific.
Broadcasting on disasters or any potentially traumatic event may cause broadcasters psychological injury and station leaders, including managers, administrators, board members, have a responsibility and a duty of care to those who cover these sorts of events.
This interactive session will present practical strategies for station leadership to minimise psychological harm.
Jason Malaure, Andrew Morris, Richard Palmer and Richard Phelps will present To Infinity and Beyond – Community Radio’s Transition to Multiplatform Content Delivery
These representatives of All In Media, CBAA and Triton Digital will look at how listeners are consuming their media on devices, and at a times, that suit them.
This powerhouse session will explain community radio’s move to multi-platform delivery.
From audio streaming, podcasting and on-demand, smart speaker skills and mobile apps, this session is all about the solutions to get content to the audience.
The CBAA Conference takes place as a virtual event across a four-day program, running from Wednesday, 28 October to Saturday, 31 October.
The conference will concentrate on four key areas for attendees:
- The Show — For practitioners who want to develop their content production skills
- The Business — For Station Managers and staff, Chairs and Board Members on the ins and outs of running a station.
- The People — To learn how to manage staff and volunteers and improve engagement.
- The Tech — Tips and advice to improve technical knowledge including hardware, software and operating remotely.