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It's Annual General Meeting time again, and this year the date to hold is 17 September at 1900. We'll give you more information closer to the date, but here's what you need to know ...Click for more
Our Technorama Tech Topic Tuesdays webinars
have become regular - generally held on the last Tuesday of each month. If you missed one, don't despair: you can get to the replay here ...Click for more
The Technorama Awards exist to showcase the efforts of the technologists who keep our sector humming. This year three outstanding candidates surfaced, and received peer recognition at TR19 ...Click for more
CMTO asked if we would do a FB Live broadcast to flesh out some aspects of the January 2018 Webinar on Station tech architecture, and take questions. It worked, it was very interactive, and here's the result ...Read More
True or false: FM links are going away? All the spectrum has been sold? Licences aren't being issued or renewed? Bzzzt. All FALSE!! Technorama consulted the Oracle and obtained some very good answers ...Read More
The first thing you need to know: if you care, don't feed the faders
. Food is not good for them at all. But whether you've just bathed a fader in an unspeakable substance, or you have a desk that needs a refresher, here's some cleaning technique that works, and will leave your faders silent and as-smooth-as ...Read More
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 ...Read More
Take a group of people, a studio block that needs some love and attention, and a weekend. What could happen? It's the Technorama Studio Blitz, a training exercise where people learn from doing the real biz ...Read More
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 ...Read More
We've created a JOBS
page to help promote employment in the Sector, and to connect technologists with opportunities. Jobs will be added as they come to our notice, and will be pointered on the home page ...Read More
Great help from the CBF - the presentation that Georgie Boucher delivered at TR18 is online for you to view ...Read More
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 ...Read More
The AGM has been held, it's a new year, and we have our first full Committee operating under the updated rules ...Read More
In 2018 we updated our rules, in support of better succession planning and smarter governance. If you haven't caught up, or if you're interested in how constitutions work (and who isn't??!) then read what happened, and why the default rules needed changing ...Read More
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 ...Read More
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