CBF launches new website

The Community Broadcasting Foundation has updated its website.

The new site has a new look and fell, with improved responsiveness.

It highlights important activities of the CBF in its higher level tiles, with call to action tiles “Learn, Grants, Give” now in bright bold boxes at the bottom.

Improved navigation links are at then top of the site.

The CBF is “excited to launch our new site and hope you love it! We welcome you to browse…”

Each year the CBF grants more than $14.3 million so community media organisations can communicate, connect and share knowledge through independent radio, film and digital media.

The grants inspire people to create and support local, independent media and helps connect people across the country, including more than 5.7 million people who tune in to their local radio station weekly.

Through broadcasters and with the help of generous donations, the Community Broadcasting Foundation is “a champion of independent media, diversity, multiculturalism and social justice.”

The PBF (now CBF) was formed in 1984 following a long period of campaigning. Led by a passionate Board representing the diversity of community broadcasters, the PBF was entrusted to ‘..distribute funding in a ‘non-political and impartial way.’ More history of the CBF can be found here.


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