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6:30 PM Wednesday 27 November, 2019
Our commitment to accessibility translates to an obligation for community broadcasting to be anywhere and everywhere our audience is listening.

More and more listeners are going online to access their audio. As community broadcasters, we need to take advantage of these emerging and newly-established platforms to ensure that our traditional service of live and local content is available everywhere.

In 2019, the CBAA and iHeartRadio launched a partnership allowing community radio stations to stream on mobile and smart speaker devices. The CBAA is excited about the opportunities we have to take our content to a wider audience and ensure that our voice is available on every platform by which we can connect with our community.  Join us for our webinar as we learn about: 

  • Trends in listening and how our audience consumes audio
  • How smart speakers can take our service to a wider audience
  • The benefits of iHeartRadio for community radio broadcasters
Presented by: Andrew Morris – CBAA Manager of Online Products and ServicesAndrew Morris 1

Andrew Morris comes to the newly created CBAA role of Manager, Online Products and Services with 24 years’ experience in the Australian radio industry. Andrew is committed through the CBAA to ensure community media in Australia is positioned well to take advantage of the disruptive forces impacting our media listening habits. His experience spans on-air, programming and over the past 15 years leading Sydney’s Hope 103.2’s digital and online content strategy. Under Andrew’s leadership, Hope 103.2 became early leaders in the Australian online radio industry with innovative UX lead web design which included being early adopters in audio on demand, streaming music channels, podcasting, and online fundraising. He also created one of Australia’s most popular pop up DAB+ stations, Christmas Hope and most recently a number one ranked podcast on Apple Podcasts, How in God’s Name Should I Vote? 

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