11:00AM (AEDT) Tuesday 9 November 2021
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) have recently completed streamlining the community broadcasting licence renewal form – the B66 form – to simplify the process and make it easier for stations.
If your station is a permanently licensed community broadcaster, you are obligated to undergo a licence renewal every five years.
This webinar will look at the new form and process, what has changed and what you need to know to ensure a comprehensive and effective licence renewal in the future.
We will be joined by representatives from the ACMA for this webinar and we will look at:
- The need and value of sector regulation, and opportunities for reform
- Key changes in the new B66 form
- Support and resources available
Hugh Clapin – ACMA Manager Community Broadcasting and Safeguards Section
Hugh Clapin is Manager of Community Broadcasting and Safeguards at the Australian Communications and Media Authority. Hugh’s experience includes radiocommunications regulatory reform, regulatory policy and research, spectrum auctions, digital citizenship and privacy.
Holly Friedlander Liddicoat - CBAA Head of Advocacy and Communications
Holly has been working and volunteering in independent and community music and arts media since 2010. Working as the CBAA's Head of Advocacy and Communications, Holly supports the sector's leadership efforts and liaises with Government, as well as ensuring our members have the information they need to be strong and successful.