Discussion Paper: have your say!

April 18, 2023
Roadmap 2033

Get Involved: Roadmap 2033 Conversation Circles

Hundreds of people have been involved in Roadmap 2033 so far. And many people have been asking when and how they can get more involved in the Roadmap 2033 process.

The answer is now, and by hosting a Conversation Circle!

The Roadmap 2033 Discussion Paper is out and is based on discovery insights developed through:

  • environmental scanning and data analysis
  • 22 in-depth interviews with leaders inside and outside the community broadcasting sector
  • focus groups with representatives from stations and sector organisations and,
  • qualitative research.

The Discussion Paper summarises the top 10 insights into the current challenges and opportunities facing the community broadcasting sector, and the top 10 trends affecting the sector.

It’s time to have your say!

This is where the rubber hits the road, and we want you to grab the wheel and drive.

This Discussion Paper marks the beginning of Roadmap 2033, not the end. The insights summarised in the paper aim to spark discussion, not to end it.

We are now asking stations to check in with Roadmap 2033 and to provide feedback on the direction we have mapped out by hosting a conversation circle with your station community.

The Discussion Paper is the basis of Conversation Circles. It aims to prompt discussion and to serve as a basis for individual and small groups of broadcasters and content makers to provide direct feedback, which will be used to develop Roadmap 2033 and proposals for action in their final form.

We will provide all the tools you need to consider the key themes as a group and provide feedback including:

Conversation Circles are an important opportunity to contribute your thoughts and ideas to the development of the Community Broadcasting Roadmap 2033.