The search is on for a new Deadly Sounds

Following the untimely death of Deadly Sounds founder Gavin Jones the Southern Community Media Association (SCMA) is looking for a One Hour weekly program to fill Deadly Sounds’ place within the Programming Distribution Service (PDS).

Jones was found dead at his farm in Goulburn after recently learning that government funding of the organisation he’d founded had been cut. There were no suspicious circumstances. He was 47 years old.

The kind of show the SCMA is looking for would be an indigenous information program with relevance to the national distribution that PDS undertakes. It should focus on Indigenous music, performers and writers.

The show would be a minimum or one hour and would need to have a national focus as local information becomes irrelevant as the show is distributed nationally. Which also means the show should not have any local announcements, sponsors or station ID’s.

If your station has such a show or has presenters interested in doing such as show you can get in touch with the SCMA as soon as possible so that they can discuss the show in greater depth.

If you or your station can take up the challenge to produce such a show, the CEO of SCMA is keen to hear from you.

Email: [email protected]

Skype: scmaceo or 

Phone: 0409 533 891


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