All about radio reading at the Media Lab – CBAA conference 2019

Want to develop a Radio Reading Program at your station?

Join our hands-on MediaLab session – powered by the CMTO – at the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia Conference in Melbourne next month.

We’re teaming up with the Community Media Training Organisation to help you diversify your audience, prepare your station for volunteers with disabilities, and start a radio reading service.

If your station already offers radio reading programming – we’d love you to come along and share your journey.

The session is presented by Kim Stewart, CMTO trainer and co-producer Only Human on 4ZZZ Zed Digital, and Bek Pasqualini, Strategic Communications & Projects Manager at RPH Australia.

Be inspired by community broadcasters and experts from across the country at the CBAA Conference 24 – 27 October 2019.

Bookings are essential –

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“Diversity and inclusion” amongst a range of new one-day training courses from the CMTO

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Trainees at 4ZZZ

Get some fresh training! The Community Media Training Organisation are offering a range of new short one-day training courses that can be adjusted to suit the accessibility needs of your volunteers.

If you are a station manager or decision maker, now is the time to write your applications for training funding.

Have a look at what’s on offer here:

Quiz: how accessible and inclusive is your org?

The Access and Inclusion Index provides a snapshot of your organisations progress on accessibility.  Created by the Australian Network on Disability,  the index can help you identify key areas you can improve upon and offers free (and paid) help doing that through their resources and services. Continue reading “Quiz: how accessible and inclusive is your org?”