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Emma Couch and Julie Spencer join the Technorama Board

Emma Couch and Julie Spencer join the Technorama Board

Adoption of our new constitution created the opportunity to appoint two additional Board members who are experts in their chosen fields. We welcome Emma Couch and Julie Spencer ...
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Become a Member of Technorama and save!!

Become a Member of Technorama and save!!

You might be surprised to discover that it's more expensive to NOT be a member than it is to join. How so? Click the blue button ...
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Technorama perpetual award

Technorama 2018 Awards announced

At the Technorama event each year we honour some of our colleagues who have in one way or another gone beyond. Recognition of a job well done is all that many technologists ask as a reward, and here are a few people who you thought worthy of recognition ...
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Technorama Exit Survey

Protected: Technorama Exit Survey

We value your feedback, and so do the people who support us to make Technorama possible.  So we'd appreciate if you could fill in the form and give us your opinions.  Attendees: check your email for the password ...
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Education: CMTO FB Live replay

Education: CMTO FB Live replay

CMTO asked if we would do a FB Live broadcast to flesh out some aspects of the January Webinar, and take questions. It worked, it was very interactive, and here's the result ...
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Education: Bootcamp webinar replay

Education: Bootcamp webinar replay

Our first Bootcamp Webinar was SRO even on the net! If you're a non-technologist, this is just the session to help you understand how your station works from mic to antenna. And it's available for replay ...
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Gear for sale: Small recording studio items

Gear for sale: Small recording studio items

The Queensland Narrating Service is offering some audio equipment which is surplus to their needs, but might be just what your station needs.   Compact mixers, audio interfaces, microphones, bundles of cables and more ...
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New Constitution and Rules adopted

New Constitution and Rules adopted

A Special General Meeting on the afternoon of 19 May voted in important updates to the Technorama rules. If you haven't caught up, then read what happened, and why the rules needed changing ...
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Get answers: the Technorama Q&A FB Group

Get answers: the Technorama Q&A FB Group

Do you have a community radio-related question? Whether it's hardcore tech, policy, landscape, related to gear, or a cry for help: our community delivers GREAT answers. Here's where to ask ...
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Josh Pearson joins Techorama Committee

Josh Pearson joins Techorama Committee

The Technorama Committee has filled a casual vacancy with a skilled candidate who hails from Melbourne ...
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Training: Technorama's first TX Blitz day

Training: Technorama’s first TX Blitz day

Take a bunch of transmitters, students willing to get their hands dirty, a couple of experienced coaches, and a room full of test gear. What do you get? ...
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ACMA:  850 MHz Restack

ACMA: 850 MHz Restack

Many stations will be affected by the plans to clear the 849-852MHz segment currently used by Studio-Transmitter Links (STLs) or Sound Outside Broadcast Links (SOBLs).   The ACMA recently ran a ...
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