Jon King from the Grant Support Team was interviewed on Be The Drop podcast about the how the CBF helps community media to share authentic Australian stories. He also discussed how community members can partner with their local community media organisation to share stories or raise awareness about thing they are passionate about.
Many factors create culture. History, media and language all play a part in what makes up Australia. But community is perhaps what makes each of us Australians. At the CBF, we’re committed to help amplify a diverse range of community voices. Businesses can also help to amplify these voices, making a positive social impact.
In this episode of Be The Drop, Jon discusses the place of community media in today’s society, providing valuable tips on how to get started with your community media project and why it’s so important to share your story or passion.
Amelia Veale, the host of Be The Drop, is working with C44 Adelaide on a documentary series made possible with support of a Content grant from the Community Broadcasting Foundation. Transcending The Gender Narrative is a web-series and podcast investigating how women are leading in traditionally male-dominated industries.
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