Funding Ideas: From original concept to funded content.

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This webinar will explore how an idea can go from, just an idea, to a developed content proposal using real examples from content makers who have been successfully funded to complete their projects. Two community media content producers Jo Pratt (4EB) and Neil Turner (PAKAM) will join Maddy Macfarlane (3PBS broadcaster and trainer and CBF Content Grants Advisory Committee member) and Dean Linguey (CBF Grants Support Team member) to explore the path an idea can take to become a compelling funding application.

Areas covered include community consultation, planning, documentation, the dreaded budget and reporting.
  

Dean LingueyDean Linguey 

Grants support for radio stations and Remote Indigenous Media Organisations in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory.

 Dean discovered the diversity of expression and voices on community radio in the early 1980’s and is still tuning in today. Prior to joining the Community Broadcasting Foundation, Dean was at Creative Victoria (formerly Arts Victoria) developing and implementing funding programs and initiatives such as Music Works (contemporary music), Arts Development (all art forms) and the Victorian Public Sculpture Fund.

 

 Maddy MacfarlaneMaddy MacFarlane profile

Maddy has broadcast on PBS 106.7FM since 2006. Maddy presents the all-Australian music program Homebrew, which turned 10 in 2018. Her passion for community radio also sees Maddy training new announcers in broadcasting and audio-story production and pursuing practice-led research into collaborative content creation. Maddy brings experience as a CBF Grants Assessor, has been a tutor and guest lecturer in the Music and Arts faculties at The University of Melbourne and plays the saxophone around Melbourne.

 
 
 
To check out some of the amazing projects discussed in this webinar follow the links below:

Musica Masala 4EB

No Land, No Livelihood, No Home

Bardi Animation and all productions

Keeping The Language 

Killing of the Bilikin Brothers