IRCA transitions to National Peak Body

Established in 2001, Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) is currently expanding its role and representation to become the national peak body for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasting, media and communications industry. In October 2016, IRCA changed its Constitution to reflect this expanded role and move to an organisational membership model. Building upon its current remote sector representation, IRCA is now inviting regional and urban Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media and broadcasting organisations, as well as individual Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media practitioners, to join IRCA in providing a cohesive voice for this diverse and innovative sector.  

 

 

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You can now listen to the following IndigiTUBE radio stations on your Android or Apple device: Black Star Radio, CAAMA Alice Springs, PAKAM - Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media, 8PAW Radio Network, Radio '4 Meriba Wakai' (4MW), NG Media, PY Media - Radio 5NPY, Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association (TEABBA).

Some radio networks also have individual apps available. Visit the links below to download from the Apple appstore or Google playstore..

Tuesday 4 April 2017

Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander radio the go-to radio service

Remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander radio is the go-to radio service for government information and news in very remote communities. With a high weekly listenership of 80% of very remote peoples, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander radio is the preferred channel for factual content, rating above television and the Internet.