Thursday, March 19, 2020

SDCFM Radio on Spotify Radio

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Welcome to Anchor!
We're so excited you're here. Whether you're new to podcasting or already a pro, we've got everything you need to make your podcast and get it heard everywhere. 
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Once you distribute your podcast, all the platforms where people can listen (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, etc.) will show up as links on your profile. You can customize your show's URL in your profile settings.

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Here's a podcast we made about how to make a podcast. (We know, meta.) It'll guide you through some of the questions we hear most often about podcasting. 
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Here's a list of all of Anchor's features, and some handy tips for how to get started, from planning to publishing.
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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

CBAA eNews for March 11 2020

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Image above right: 2019 award winning entry The CWA and the F Word, produced by 2EAR's Alice Ansara

Have you got a story to tell?

The CBAA is calling for applications from Australian community radio producers in the seventh annual instalment of the CBAA National Features and Documentary Series (NFDS). Telling a story of their community, participants are trained and mentored to take their audio storytelling skills to a new level. Enter by 30 March

Alice Ansara, winner of the 2019 CBAA Community Radio Award for the NFDS, says of the project: "I sincerely appreciated the opportunity I was given, and I loved every challenging, excruciating moment of learning." 
Pictured above right: Noongar and Maduwongga woman, and First Sounds Volume One artist MissGenius

First Sounds Volume Two

Are you a new and emerging First Nations artist? The CBAA and First Nations Media Australia are thrilled to announce submissions for First Sounds Volume Two are now open. First Sounds is an innovative series of releases to deliver more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists to Australian community radio. Head to  to take part - entries close 30 March.

A panel of First Nations Media judges will select the best tracks and the CD will be distributed by CBAA’s Amrap to hundreds of community radio broadcasters and stations across Australia. All entries will be hosted on the Amrap and indigiTUBE sites for broadcasters to access for airplay. 

Jacquie Riddell appointed Vice President

Phillip Randall, CBAA President and the CBAA Board, are pleased to announce the appointment of Board Member Jacquie Riddell as CBAA Vice President.  Stepping into this role, Jacquie brings with her strengths in strategic transformation across media and the creative industries and highly developed skills in audience analysis, insights and data. Thanks also to Anne Frankenberg for her contribution as Vice President since November 2018. Anne will remain on CBAAs Board as a Director.

Ian Stanistreet announces retirement

The Community Broadcasting Foundation’s CEO, Ian Stanistreet, has announced his retirement. Ian’s 40-year career in community radio started as a volunteer in 1980. "Working for the CBF has been my dream job in many ways. While the challenges have at times been significant and complex the rewards have been much greater at both a personal and professional level", Ian said. Read the full story.
Conferences and events 

SCMA: National Regional Rural And Sub Metro Broadcasters Conference
13 to 15 March, Wagga Wagga NSW. More information here.

CBAA webinar
Your Guide to the Volunteering Victoria Volunteer Management Toolkit, 24 March at 2pm AEDT. Register here.

Christian Media & Arts Australia, CONNECT Media Conference
11 to 13 May, Surfers Paradise, Queensland. Check out the schedule.
Technorama's TR20
29 to 31 May, Toowoomba, Queensland. Programming will include regular technical and sector information, plus special sessions to help stations cope with events like those of the past summer.
Get all the details!
Positions available

Business Analyst, CBAA
This role will provide superior service to the CBAA by assisting with mapping business processes and the implementation of a digital transformation project. 

Membership Coordinator, PBS 106.7FM
PBS 106.7 FM are looking for a team player with initiative, attention to detail, solid admin abilities, and with excellent communication skills to join the station. 

Breakfast Presenter, JOY 94.9
Australia’s LGBTIQA+ community radio station JOY 94.9 is a community station is looking for two hosts for their new breakfast show.

Get more information on these roles.

Calling for all future First Nations podcasters

Spotify’s Sound Up accelerator program returns for a second year to offer aspiring podcasters  the opportunity to participate in a five-day workshop to be held in Sydney in May this year.
The program aims to amplify First Nations voices in Australia. All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, writers and creators are encouraged to apply. No previous podcasting experience is required – just a voice with something to say, a passion for the medium and an eagerness to bring a podcast idea to life.
2019 recipient, Rowdie Walden, says the program “gives space to minority groups who otherwise wouldn’t get a foot in the door”.
The podcast program will take place from 11 to 15 May 2020 at Spotify’s Sydney Headquarters. Find more information and apply here. Entries close 15 March.
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