Mobile Journalism

2016 Free Webinar Series

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, supported by the Community Media Training Organisation, runs a series of online workshops, or webinars, each year.  These webinars cover various topics of interest to community broadcasters and allow people from all over Australia to learn from experts from the comfort of their own computer workstation. Anyone with an internet …

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NFDS content now available for stations

The winner of the CBAA Award for the National Documentary and Features Competition is… Sue Reece, Radio Adelaide (SA), for her moving and insightful feature on multiplicity, I, the Many; We, the One.  10 new half-hour features from community radio producers around Australia are available to all stations for local broadcast.  Created for the National Features …

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Free Webinar: Mobile Journalism

Mobile Journalism: it’s radical, it’s accessible and it can break stories locally, nationally and around the world. Many of the early images and reporting during the Arab Spring, and the #BlackLivesMatter movement, can be attributed to recordings on hand held devices. But while citizens can record whatever they witness, journalists are required to present professionally and …

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