Content grants December 2022

2BAY FM Community Radio Inc (Untangling the Yarn)


A short series of 12-minute episodes about individual people living with dementia – personal stories as told by themselves and their carers. The content package will include intro, original music and dementia facts provided by professionals in the respite sector, and short soundbites to be played in carts.

C31 Melbourne Community Television Consortium LTD (C31 Antenna Awards 2023)


The Antenna Awards have a long tradition of supporting community producers, by recognising the work community producers do to ensure community television truly reflects the community C31 broadcasts to. The Awards ceremony will be a ticketed event, broadcast on C31’s platforms. Awards will be judged by an expert panel.

 C44 Adelaide Ltd (Mob Talks- Series 2)


Mob Talks Series 2 is First Nations chat show that explores topics of interest and addresses issues within First Nations communities. Each episode will explore a single topic and showcase a wide variety of local First Nations key community members.

6DBY Derby Media Aboriginal Corporation (Larrkardi Radio) (News and current affairs program for the Kimberly: “Kimberly voices”)


The production of local indigenous focused news and current affairs for the Kimberly region by way of a Kimberly-focused nightly news and current affairs show called “Kimberly Voices”.

Denmark Community Resource Centre Inc (Denmark FM) (Denmark Schools On Air)


Denmark Schools On Air is an initiative of Denmark FM to train, support and encourage students and teachers from five local Denmark schools (three primary and two secondary schools) to produce engaging, pre-recorded content for airing on Denmark FM as well as going live to air.

7TAS Tasman Community Broadcasters Inc (Handmade – Understanding the producers and creators in our community)


Whether a grower, producer, creator, artist or someone with a passion for what they do, this documentary series will get to know them, and their work, personally and authentically through an inspirational and intimate multi-part on-air and online 45-50min series that celebrates one unique local community member per episode.

6HRV Harvey Community Radio 96.5fm (Your Stories – Our Community)


12 x 30 minute stories about a diverse range of local residents in the Harvey area will be played on HCR 96.5fm, twice per week, over 12 weeks. 12 current HCR 96.5fm announcers will conduct the interviews.

4EB Ethnic Broadcasting Association of Queensland Limited (“Who I Am” – telling our stories to the region)


4EB will work closely with Arts Nexus (their new regional partner) to support the active engagement of regional, First Nations and culturally and linguistically diverse voices to produce and create local content. Sharing those stories through radio play, podcasts, publication, and online profiles through a series of 30 podcasts.