Community radio is unique for a number of reasons, one of which is its incredible diversity.
The CMTO is dedicated to providing resources to stations, volunteers and others involved in community radio who are interested in accessible technology specifically for community radio.
If you're curious as to how you can make your station accessible, explore the links below.
Radio Reading Resources for Stations and Volunteers
RPHA Radio Reading Services has embarked on a project to extend the national reach of Radio Reading services to empower …
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Trainer Resources: Accessible Spaces in Training by Accessible Arts
Earlier this week we welcomed Nat Thomas from Accessible Arts to deliver a workshop to CMTO trainers. She covered practical …
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Getting more PWD on 4ZZZ
Since 2015 community radio 4ZZZ have been working towards the better inclusion of people with a disability on the airwaves …
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Living the Life He Chooses
Former Vision Australia employee Nick Gleeson on living the life he chooses.Read More
CRISP Network Empowering Voices
The Community Radio Inclusion Support Project (CRISP) is a national network devoted to empowering the voices of people with a disability in community …
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Ability Radio Project
The Ability Radio Project started out as a co-production with people with an intellectual disability (ID) and support workers, lead by …
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Accessible Technology at 4RPH
We spoke to volunteers and staff at 4RPH Brisbane about what technology they use at their station. Scott Black, …
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