IRCA news

The IRCA Board is pleased to announce they are now accepting applications for Associate Membership following ORIC's approval of changes to the IRCA rule book. IRCA now has two levels of membership.

Individual Membership (Ordinary Member) applications are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander media practicioners (18 years and older) working in remote media and communications. [read more]

IRCA is proud to announce the following results of the Remote Media Awards for 2014: 

Winner of the Preston Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement: Henry Augustine of Pilbara and Kimberley Aboriginal Media (PAKAM)

The 16th Festival held at the exotic tip of Cape York Peninsula in the Northern Peninsula Area (NPA), concluded with a magical grand finale on Friday night 26th September.

The 2014 Festival was coordinated by IRCA in partnership with Queensland Remote Aboriginal Media (QRAM), the Northern Peninsula Area Regional Council (NPARC), Indigenous Community Television (ICTV), and the Torres Strait Islanders Media Association (TSIMA).

16th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival – September 22-26, NPA, Far North Queensland 

150 delegates from remote media organisations and communities across Australia are on their way to attend this year’s NRIMF.  Festival delegates will meet this year under the sector’s new banner of ‘a powerful and connected voice for remote Indigenous Australia’!

Submissions are now open for the Video Awards for 16th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival.

ICTV is calling for entries from a variety of categories of locally produced remote Indigenous video content completed in the past 12 months. Terms and Conditions regarding eligibility and content usage apply. Submission is free.