News Archive

Flash news (170514): Community station hit with Wannacrypt ransomware!

The Technorama Facebook Q&A site is hosting a thread about the ransomware outbreak on 13 May, and one of our members was hit.   Register for our Q&A group to read and/or contribute to the discussion.  Follow the link above to go to the group and access or register.

TR17 Registration imminent – details at a glance

We're about to launch registration for TR17 on weekend of 16-18 June 2017. Rates have been held at the same level (or slightly lower) compared to last year.  Importantly, there are serious deals for people who become a Member of Technorama and attend:  you will get a registration rate reduction that's bigger than your membership.

technorama.org.au goes HTTPS!

Since mid-January 2017, the Technorama IT Subcommittee has been moving our platform towards best-of-breed secureness.  You will now note that this website and all our tools use HTTPS to ensure that every page-get is end-to-end secure.   This is important.   While we all accept that secure protocol is needed for transactions which involve financial

Technorama Question and Answer FB Group created

November 2016:  To help stations with quick tech queries and as a starting point for tech questions related to grant submissions, we've created a special Q&A Facebook group which you can access if you click here.   It's a closed group, so you will need to ask for access, but once that's happened you're in!!

Final week mailout

Headlines:  It's not too late to sign up for Technorama 2016.  Only $110 volunteer/station rate for the conference / meals / everything (except your travel and accommodation).  Dare you to find better value.  And some seriously cheap rooms STILL available at Rydges if you're quick: $233 for two nights hotel.  Please help spread the word to all

Technorama announced for 2016

The location and dates for Technorama 2016 have been announced, and we're excited. Check out PR1 here.

Buy Swap and Sell is here!!

Buy Swap and Sell is open for business, and the cost is ZERO for community radio users. How does it work?