The Board, staff and membership of Indigenous Remote Communications Association send their sympathy to the family and friends of long-time broadcaster, activist and land rights leader Tiga Bayles.
Indigenous Remote Communications Association announce digital mentoring project inDigiMOB
A new digital mentoring project developed by the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) was launched by the Hon. Bess Price, Minister for Local Government and Community Service in Arlparra on 15 April.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation have announced a new structure and governance model.
The CBF will transition to its new structure in 2016, and there will be new grant categories open for application in early 2017. The CBF will be contacting stations with information about how to take advantage of these new grant opportunities and how you can get involved.
Nominations for voluntary roles in the new structure open Tuesday 1 March and close at 1pm AEST on Monday 4 April, with new roles commencing on 1 July.
Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) are saddened to hear of the passing of our Board member Annette Victor. Annette was on the IRCA Board dependably from 2007 –2011 holding the position of Treasurer and from 2013 up until her untimely passing.
She also served many years as Board member for PAKAM, ICTV, and AICA.
At the National Remote Indigenous Media Festivals Annette received numerous awards over the years:-
IRCA encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media organisations and practitioners to participate in the AFTRS Skills survey to ensure that AFTRS plays an active role in supporting the development of the Indigenous media industry.