Community Radio Broadcasting Association of Australia
Acronym: 
CBAA
Address: 
Level 3 44-54 Botany Road
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia
Telephone: 
09 9310 2999
Civil Society Forum/Coalition
Normative standard-setting and deliberation
Lobby-advocacy
Infrastructure creation/management
National

Thematic Areas

Broadcast
Community/Citizens
Diversity and Pluralism
Content
Development
Specific Themes: 
Radio
Specific Themes: 
Community Radio
Specific Themes: 
Civil Society Media

Mission

The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) is the national peak body for community radio and television stations. The CBAA provides leadership, advocacy and support for our members to facilitate independent broadcasting services and to build and strengthen local communities. The CBAA strives to be a flexible,diverse, and representative organization, focused on developing strong communities through local, diverse and accessible broadcasting.

The CBAA aims to:
Promote the values of the community broadcasting sector through practical actions
Build station capacity by providing quality advice, support and services to members
Advance the interests of the sector through policy leadership, advocacy and public campaigns
Enhance our communications strategies to raise awareness and knowledge of the sector
Increase organisational capacity to reflect best practice and facilitate sustainable growth.

Created by: Jocelyn Harrington