ACMA has approved the transfer of the Radio Adelaide community broadcasting license to independent body, Educational Broadcasters Adelaide Incorporated. Twelve months ago, the University of Adelaide called for expressions of interest from suitable applicants to take over the license it had held since 1975. SACBA has kept a watching brief on the unprecedented process since,
Another fantastic weekend for SA’s community broadcasters! The conference sessions floated everybody’s boat and the Bilby Awards dinner was all plain sailing. Congratulations to all Bilby winners, go to the Bilby Awards pages to read all about them.
Well the Bilbys have closed and are now being wrangled into runners up and winners, to be announced at the SA Community Broadcasters conference on 20 & 21 August. As well as the usual varied session topics, this year we are very excited to have a panel session on the Future of Community Radio! We will
Bilby entries are closed, now the interesting task of judging happens! Make sure you book for the conference and the awards dinner to hear winners and runners up.
August 20 & 21 is getting closer and we have a range of workshops to tempt community radio people, go to the Conference section for more information
SA Community Broadcasters Bilby Awards entries are open until 30 June 2016. Celebrate your station and acknowledge your people…
Yes, it’s never too early to plan for Bilby Award entries! Set up a folder now and when you hear radio gold on your station, make a copy and save it to the Bilby folder. When Bilby time comes around you’ll have heaps of goodies for your entries.
Another successful Conference and Bilby Awards dinner, done & dusted! Great work from the SACBA board, who now regroup to plan for 2016. If you have suggestions for next year’s conference drop us an email or give us a call, we’d love to hear from you; just go to Contact Us.
Getting close to the conference now. Remember to get your registrations in by Sunday 26 July! If you want to attend the Voice sessions get your registration in soon – numbers are limited for those sessions so first in gets a place.
The program for our 2015 conference is now finalised. We are excited to have Jo Curtin from the CBF and Helen Henry from the CBAA presenting sessions, along with broadcasting professionals Pete Court and Sharon Smith and Voice Coach Marilyn Bodycoat. We have great practical sessions on voice, sound editing and voxpops; plus technology related