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Commit To Community Radio-Action Day

Wednesday 13th March / presented by Peter Barr

Community radio is a vital part of Australian broadcasting.

It makes a significant contribution to media diversity, generates high levels of local content, and provides a unique range of services and programs.

But you know that.

What we all need to know is that our future is threatened – digital radio is already here and it is certainly the future of radio – so it’s vitally important for the future of community broadcasting that it maintains, secures and develops its foothold in the digital broadcasting landscape.

Today’s the day to show your support for that – sister community station Triple R’s General Manager Dave Houchin joined Peter on this National Day of Action…

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Peter also spoke to Senator Scott Ludlum, who would be raising the issue in the Senate.

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and then on Morning Magazine Joe Cassidy spoke to Adrian Basso, President of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA)

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Sign the petition and show your support.

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