Technorama conference next month in Melbourne

Community broadcasting engineers, technicians and station fixers are invited to be part of this year’s Technorama Conference next month in Melbourne.

The conference is targeted at techologists from all ends of the spectrum, from those who are self taught, to those who have formal qualifications.

Community broadcast sector technologists will be able to share tips, exchange information and swap expertise between each other. The conference is open to anyone who builds, maintains or fixes community radio or tv technology.

It takes place in a few weeks, on Saturday 2nd August and Sunday 3rd August, in Melbourne.

An additional ‘Test and Tag’ training course is also available as a pre-conference workshop on Friday 1st August at a greatly reduced charge compared to commercial courses.

Early Bird Registration costs $65, if booked by 18th July. Full registration details are here.

Community Radio technologists and broadcast equipment suppliers from across Australia will be at the conference to share experiences, ask questions and celebrate achievements.
Planned workshop topics include:
  • The ACMA Q&A session
  • Transmission site design
  • Buy/swap/sell
  • ACMA 850 MHz Band Plan
  • Grant applications
  • A Friday night BBQ and drinks, Satruday night dinner
There will also be equipment displays from vendors such as AVC, Elan, ARFC, AVW Broadcast, SRK and more.

More details here.

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