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  • Title: CAAMA | Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association
    Descriptive info: .. CAAMA.. Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association.. Skip to content.. Donations.. Corporate.. Positions Available.. Govt.. Funding.. Technical.. Contact Us.. Radio.. News.. CAAMA Radio Online News.. Program Guide.. RIBS.. Community.. Tamworth 2013.. Tamworth 2012.. Sport.. Music.. Productions.. Awards and Nominations.. Services.. Nganampa Anwernekenhe Series.. Current Projects.. Catalogue.. Nganampa.. Documentary.. Drama.. Series.. Magazine.. Contact Productions.. Latest from Radio.. Josephine Cashman talks on CAAMA Radio.. Friday, February 7th, 2014.. Josephine Cashman talks to Lorena Walker about her life, studying Law at University as a young mother and becoming a Ambassador of Lateral Love Australia spreading the message across rural and remote communities around the country.. http://caama.. com.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Josephine-Cashman-Lorena-Walker-FINAL.. mp3.. Vanessa Stokes catches up with Lorena Walker on Women s Business.. Alice Springs local Vanessa Stokes an Australian Softball representative talks to Lorena Walker about playing softball in Japan and her work in remote communities.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Vanessa-Stokes-n-Lorena-Walker-FINAL.. Brothers new program Launched on CAAMA Radio.. Friday, February 7th, 2014.. Pause.. Play.. Prev.. |.. Next.. History was made today with the launch of the new radio show brothers aimed at being the voice of brothers all over the country, brothers is the first show to talk about what aboriginal males face throughout there lives and to talk without shame about those issues that men don t talk with each other.. Hosted by Damien Williams, with Co-hosts Tony Linn and Patrick Ah Kit the first show went off without a hitch.. Parramatta Eels Have Landed In Alice Springs!.. Thursday, February 6th, 2014.. Parramatta Eels Ben Smith, Vai Toutal, Pauli Pauli and Luke Kelly headed down to the Centralian Middle School this morning to talk to the students about bullying and how it is not apart of what the Eels stand for.. While at the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tim Mannah, Mitchell Allgood and David Gower reveled the.. RFDS.. challenge cup that the Eels will be playing for this Saturday against the West Tigers.. The game is SATURDAY 8TH FEBRUARY Gates Open at 5pm and Alice Springs will play Darwin at 5pm.. The Parramatta Eels will be playing the West Tigers the game Kicks off at 7:40 pm at Anzac Oval.. If you want to get down the game you can get tickets from sportspower, Centralian sports, hot stuff, Araluen Arts Centre and at the gate.. Cultural Knowledge humour.. some of the main ingredients of new health messages.. (Photo courtesy of Skinnyfish Music).. Topend recording production company Skinnyfish spreading health messages to the mob in remote communities through a series of 22 short films which feature cultural knowledge, humour, comedy music to address sugar consumption a major problem in communities.. Bush Food Is Really Really Good.. http://www.. youtube.. com/watch?v=h_y9nnPOz6A list=UU-JQc4T8tg18nLnoR6kuBnQ feature=c4-overview.. Sugar Man.. com/watch?v=jF5XlQolfSw list=UU-JQc4T8tg18nLnoR6kuBnQ feature=c4-overview.. Pam Reilly talks to Skinnyfish Co-founder Managing Director Mark Grose on Strong Voices.. Skinnyfish Co-founder Managing Directo Mark Grose n Pam.. Eels VS  ...   the game which she won listening to CAAMA Radio.. Minister talks about role of Advisory Council and the future of the National Congress.. Tuesday, February 4th, 2014.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/Nigel-scullion.. Nigel scullion.. 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes talks on Strong Voices.. Monday, February 3rd, 2014.. (Photo courtesy of the Herald Sun).. 2014 Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes says the award is a hugh honour and he will continue to educated the wider Australian community about what he believes in and is very passionate about.. Adam urges fellow Australians to take a broader view of race relations and also to treat people the way you want to be treated.. Pam Reilly spoke to Adam Goodes on Strong Voices.. Adam Goodes, 2014 Australian of the Year n Pam.. See more from this category here.. Listen to the stream with:.. Tune in to 100.. 5FM in Alice Springs.. For frequenices in other places, go here.. CAAMA is on VAST Satellite channels 911 & 915.. Check out the radio program guide here.. About CAAMA.. The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) began operations in 1980 and was the first Aboriginal group to be allocated a broadcasting license.. The Aboriginal people of Central Australia own CAAMA through an association regulated under the Incorporations Act , and its objectives focus on the social, cultural and economic advancement of Aboriginal peoples.. It has a clear mandate to promote Aboriginal culture, language, dance, and music while generating economic benefits in the form of training, employment and income generation.. CAAMA produces media products that engenders pride in Aboriginal culture, while informing and educating the wider community of the richness and diversity of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia.. Follow us on Twitter @caama.. Listen to Lorena Walker.. @RenaRose_85.. and Australian Softball representative Vanessa Stokes on Women's Business.. http://t.. co/nnYdpkySLK.. about 2 hours ago.. from web.. Reply.. Retweet.. Favorite.. Listen in tomorrow on Vast 911 and 915 or on.. co/1JBpgMmRvn.. #caama.. #caamaradio.. #caamaonline.. ….. co/GcwEUgZuAR.. about 4 hours ago.. from.. Instagram.. Get ready ALICE SPRINGS we are broadcasting tomorrow's NRL Game.. co/h6cquuxvob.. West tigers are in town! Watch out Eels.. #parramattaeels.. #westtigers.. @ Anzac Oval.. co/Spg1UoQqhO.. about 5 hours ago.. Women's Business talks Deadly Divas launch.. #MusicNT.. #caamaonline.. #womensbusiness.. @ Studio 1.. co/D7s0uENCsl.. co/bZLp0axdtM.. Cultural Knowledge humour.. 03:48:35 PM February 06, 2014.. CAAMA NEWS.. co/T8eJUTGzr3.. #CAAMA.. 10:32:03 AM February 06, 2014.. Eels VS Tigers in Alice.. the excitement grows.. co/RYRHJ5oEJN.. #Community.. 05:07:02 PM February 05, 2014.. co/yMy6DTW6Qu.. "Thumbs Up" to the Jimmy Little Foundation.. Pam talk to Graham "Buzz" Bidstrup.. 03:19:51 PM February 05, 2014.. co/cnkaSQShtZ.. 01:32:50 PM February 04, 2014.. @caama.. Donate to CAAMA.. Donation Amount:.. (Currency: AUD).. PO Box 2608.. 101 Todd Street.. Mparntwe (Alice Springs).. NT 0871.. Phone +61 8 8951 9778.. Fax +61 8 8951 9717.. ABN 32 603 325 704.. Search for:.. 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  • Title: Donations | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: graduation.. Blog Archives.. Support CAAMA with Donations!.. Support CAAMA with a tax deductible* donation:.. The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (Aboriginal Corporation), ICN 67, is a public benelovent institution.. In accordance with the Australia Taxation Office, CAAMA is a Deductible Gift Recipient.. CAAMA’s ABN: 32 603 325 704.. The Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA) came to life in 1982 with the establishment of radio station 8KIN FM.. Aboriginal-owned media was seen as being vital to the broad educational and community development aspirations of Aboriginal people in Central Australia.. Radio was a way to give voice to Aboriginal hopes and dreams as well as being a tool to maintain and sustain the culture and languages of Central Australia.. Originally offering music and programming in Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara, Luritja and Warlpiri, today CAAMA broadcasts in half a dozen more Indigenous languages, reaching communities across Australia.. CAAMA plays a major role in the maintenance of Indigenous Language and Culture in Central Australia.. CAAMA’s social charter is to use the mediums of radio and television to give Aboriginal people a strong voice in the development of country, culture, politics and education; to use the broadcasting arts and sciences to arrest cultural disintegration, to empower people and bring inspiration to their lives.. CAAMA is governed by an elected Indigenous Board reporting to Indigenous members, while operations are managed by an Indigenous CEO.. You can support the work of CAAMA by making a fully tax deductible* donation.. You will be issued with a receipt for tax purposes.. Please use the button below to donate by credit card or PayPal.. Please see below for other donation methods.. You can also donate by:.. Telephone call.. 08 8951 9742.. Call our accounts department to make a credit card donation.. By Mail:.. If you would prefer to make a donation by cheque or money order, you can do so by sending your donation to:.. Cheif Executive Officer.. CAAMA Donations,.. PO Box 2608,.. Alice Springs, NT 0870.. Australia.. Your cheque or money order should be made payable to the CAAMA Donations.. Direct deposit:.. If you would like to make a donation to the CAAMA Donations account by direct deposit, or make a regular donation by this means,  ...   to exist.. If I decide to leave a bequest to CAAMA, what form should it take?.. All bequests are appreciated equally.. There are several options for bequests:.. 1.. Specific Gift: This specifies an amount of money or property or some other asset.. 2.. Percentage or Fractional Bequest: This specifies that a percentage or fraction of the total value of your estate be willed to CAAMA.. 3.. Residual Bequest: This wills to CAAMA the remainder of your estate after all expenses have been met and all other beneficiaries have received their inheritances.. 4.. Whole Estate: This wills the value of your entire estate to CAAMA.. What wording should I use in my will?.. You should consult your solicitor or professional advisor.. However, we recommend the following wording:.. I bequeath to the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA), ABN 32 603 325 704 of 101 Todd Street, Alice Springs, NT 0870, for its general purposes (the whole) or (a specific amount or gift) or (a percentage) or (the residue) of my estate free of all duties for which a receipt from the Chief Executive Office or other authorised person shall be a full discharge to my executor.. May I nominate how my bequest is to be used?.. Yes, you may, but it is preferred that you delegate this responsibility to the Board of Directors, who are all dedicated volunteers and are aware of the station s needs and priorities which can change with the passage of time.. How do I change my will to nominate CAAMA as a beneficiary?.. An amendment, known as a codicil, can be made easily by your solicitor for a small fee.. Will my bequest be recognised if I so choose?.. Unless you choose to remain anonymous, your bequest will be recognized on the CAAMA Honour Board located in the foyer of the station.. If I have other questions, whom do I contact?.. Please contact Sergei Jansons, Financial Controller of CAAMA, during office hours on 08 8951 9778 for advice on a confidential basis.. Thank you for your interest in supporting CAAMA with a bequest.. We are pleased that you share our belief in the important role that our station plays in the community..

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  • Title: Corporate | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: CAAMA celebrates 30 years.. 14 Leichhardt Tce progress on 1 October 2010.. Latest pictures of the progress on 14 Leichhardt Tce refurbishment.. Refurbishment of 14 Liechhardt Tce.. Progress pictures from the Refurbishment of 14 Liechhardt Tce a building owned by.. Secret Affiliate Weapon 2.. 0 Passive Income Secrets!.. Contract for refurbishment is with Ingkerreke Asbuild.. Architects working for CAAMA is Zone A.. zp8497586rq.. Strategic Plan.. Click here to view.. CAAMA s Strategic Plan 2010-2015.. completed in August 2010 with support from the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.. Also see the following:.. CAAMA s marketing Plan 2010 -2015.. ;.. CAAMA s Finance Plan 2010-2015.. CAAMA s Corporate structure.. Caama Logo.. The.. CAAMA logo.. depicts the birth of Aboriginal radio.. The central circles represent the physical location of CAAMA in Alice Springs surrounded by central Australian Aboriginal communities.. The lines radiating from these circles depict the two-way flow of stories between CAAMA and the communities.. The dots on the side of the logo show the footsteps of the Aboriginal people who have walked this land since time immemorial.. Aboriginal Voices from Aboriginal Country.. CAAMA Radio was the first Aboriginal broadcast group in Australia to secure a community broadcasting licence, with the purpose of providing Aboriginal people in Central Australia with radio programs produced by Aboriginal people, in Aboriginal languages and English.. Between 1979 and 1984 CAAMA programs were broadcast on Alice Springs stations 80CC and 8HA (ABC).. From 1982 CAAMA had its own production studios, first on Gap Road, and from 1984-1995 at Little Sisters town camp (Inerlange) on the southern edge of Alice Springs.. Fully licenced CAAMA broadcasting began on May 13 1985, at 100.. 5mHz, on the call sign 8 KIN-FM.. CAAMA Radio has since become the benchmark in Australian Indigenous broadcasting.. Programs are now broadcast across the country via satellite to hundreds of thousands of listeners.. They are also web-streamed to a world-wide audience via www.. caama.. au/radio.. Maintaining Culture through unique programming.. 8KIN-FM is the industry leader in broadcasting Aboriginal languages.. Since we began we have regularly presented programs in Western, Central and Eastern Arrernte, Pitjantjatjara, Warlpiri, Warramangu, Kaytej, Luritja, and English.. CAAMA Radio s News Current Affairs.. department supports an active team of journalists reporting events from Aboriginal perspectives often ignored by the mainstream media.. 8KIN-FM s talkback and interview programs bring our listeners voices to air, often alongside Indigenous people from other parts of the country and local, NT and federal politicians.. The Footy Show.. tracks the rise of Aboriginal AFL stars and brings commentated games to the whole community.. programming including regular morning and lunch-time shows gives Aboriginal businesses, community organisations and initiatives across the country opportunities to promote their enterprises.. From.. ceremonial music.. to.. rock,rhythm and blues, country and hip hop, Aboriginal  ...   remote communities and outstations by distributing cassettes of music and news through the post and on bush car trips.. The CAAMA Music label was established in 1990 with its own professional recording studio at Little Sisters town camp.. Aboriginal musicians came from all over.. Australia to record their songs.. In 1995, the new CAAMA Music Yamma Studios opened in CAAMA s Todd Street building.. CAAMA Music has recorded at least 800 albums in more than 15 Aboriginal languages.. CAAMA Music has fostered the growth of Aboriginal music by hosting and recording live concerts throughout the Northern Territory.. Gigs have been important places for addressing social issues.. The early HIV/AIDS concert, the Beat the Grog concert, and the Sing Loud Play Strong recordings all addressed major challenges Aboriginal people.. CAAMA gigs are very popular and bring many people together from all over the country.. The 2001 Centenary of Federation Yeperenye Festival Road Ahead concert attracted 30,000 people to enjoy loud music by hundreds of renowned Aboriginal performers.. Their songs of struggle, survival and celebration were also seen across the Imparja, SBS and ABC TV networks.. Working closely with CAAMA Radio, CAAMA Music continues to transmit special live outside broadcasts and studio performances across the CAAMA Radio footprint.. Community Radio Codes of Practice 2009.. codes-of-practice.. Codes of Practice.. The Broadcasting Services Act 1992 includes legislative requirements for all broadcasting services, including temporary and fully licenced community broadcasters.. One of these requirements is the Codes of Practice, a document of self-regulation for each broadcasting sector in Australia.. Code of Practice Radio.. Code 1.. : Our responsibilities in broadcasting to meet community interest.. Code 2.. : Principles of diversity and independence.. Code 3.. : General programming.. Code 4.. : Indigenous programming.. Code 5.. : Australian music.. Code 6.. : Sponsorship.. Code 7.. : Complaints.. Code 8.. : Codes of Practice review.. Visitor Centre.. The CAAMA Visitor Centre is a static and interactive display giving visitors a brief history of the birth of Indigenous Media in Australia.. The CAAMA display tells the story of its humble beginnings, gives visitors a glimpse of the Aboriginal Media Association in operation and acknowledges the creative achievements of many Aboriginal people and communities over a vast geographical area.. Satellite Dreaming Centre free admission.. Behind the Scenes Personal Guided Tour booking required, fees apply.. Bookings 1800 008 443.. 25yr celebrations.. Radio Frequencies.. List of Frequencies to tune into the CAAMA network.. Alice Springs.. 100.. 5.. Ali Currung.. 103.. 7.. Amilatwatja.. 107.. Batchelor.. 93.. Bathurst Island.. 95.. 3.. Ceduna.. 98.. 9.. Coober pedy.. 102.. Ernabella.. Fink.. Groote Island.. 1.. Hermansburg.. Katherine.. 104.. Kintore.. Lajamanu.. Maningrida.. 105.. 8.. Mount Todd.. 96.. Ngukurr (Tiwi island).. Penong.. Oak valley.. 106.. Papunya.. Santa teresa.. Tarcola.. Tennant creek.. Titjkala.. 97.. Willowra.. Yuendumu.. Yulara (Ayers Rock Uluru)..

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  • Title: Positions Available | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
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  • Title: Govt. Funding | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: CAAMA and the future of Indigenous Broadcasting.. This paper is a cry for help from one of the world’s most innovative and effective Indigenous broadcasting services, which is now in danger due to a lack of appropriate government financial support.. It explains the operations of the Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association (CAAMA); describes its impressive track record of achievement over 30 years of operation; analyses the current arrangements for its funding from Government; demonstrates how these arrangements are badly designed and inadequate; and proposes an alternative approach.. Read the full paper here.. Government Funding Acknowledgement.. CAAMA Radio 8kinFM station is supported by the Australian Government through the Indigenous Broadcasting Program of the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts.. A.. 1 Program Name: Indigenous Broadcasting Program.. 2 Program Objectives:.. Support the operation of Indigenous owned and controlled community radio broadcasting services, including Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Services (RIBS) and Remote Indigenous Media Organisations (RIM0s) who provide training and technical support for RIBS;.. Develop and broadcast programming that focuses on the promotion of local Indigenous culture and language(s);.. Enhance Indigenous broadcasting services by supporting national representation that serves and develops the sector s capacity;.. Provide broadcasting services that are able to inform and educate Indigenous Australians on accessing the range of health, legal, education and housing services available to them;.. Develop an Indigenous broadcasting sector that meets all governance and business management requirements; and.. Provide opportunities for broadcasting workers to develop professional skills and experience.. Activity Name: CAAMA Radio 8kinFM Broadcasting Services.. Activity Details:.. To support radio station operations.. Funding is conditional, dependent on an organisational review being undertaken.. Primary outcome/s:.. Provide an Indigenous radio service (CAAMA Radio 8 KIN-FM) to Central Australian communities and the CAAMA footprint area.. Core services:.. Provide Indigenous people in regional, rural, and remote Australia access to 24 hour Indigenous radio broadcasting service, equal to the wider Australian public.. Develop and produce Aboriginal Language and culturally appropriate radio programs.. Produce and broadcast daily programs for educating Indigenous Australians about gaining and accessing a range of health, economic participation, safe communities, governance leadership, legal, family violence, education and housing services.. Broadcasting Aboriginal 8, Torres Strait Islander voices, stories, songs and information into Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander communities in the CAAMA Radio footprint area.. Increase Indigenous content and media exposure for Indigenous broadcasters and technicians.. Enhance the profile of remote Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander broadcasters through broadcasting their programs on Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander radio stations.. Increase revenue leading to reduce dependency on government funding.. Broadcast Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander languages to the regional footprint area to maintain and preserve Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander languages.. Broadcast Aboriginal  ...   Maintain and increase participation of RIBS communities to Broadcasts on 8KIN FM.. Increase the profile of remote community broadcasters through the CAAMA network Increase employment and training of Indigenous people in remote communities.. Contract Consultant to prepare applications for Temporary Community Broadcasting Licenses for up to 11 unlincensed sites within its service region.. Visit all sites for evaluation of maintenance required to make them fully functional, bring them up to license requirements and generally tidy them up.. Log all assets on database and consult/advise Shire councils on problems and arrangements of CAAMA support.. Will have MOU s signed by Shire s to establish roles responsibilities of each organization, this will formally recognize the organizations commitment to this arrangement.. Purchase spares required to cover most foreseeable problems and repairs required.. CAAMA RIMO Technical Manager will meet with the community shire s to assess repairs and maintenance for each of the RIBS communities and a schedule to deliver the R M.. CAAMA RIMO Training Coordinator will visit the 10 communities twice a year for Radio Training.. CAAMA RIMO Technician will visit the 10 communities twice a year for technical maintenance.. Continue with follow up visits to sites doing maintenance and repairs noted on previous visit.. Phone support of problems and technical queries.. Continue relationships with local shires on progress of maintenance.. Each community will broadcast locally daily and once a week, on CAAMA Radio once a fortnight.. What services or actions will your organisation or group carry out in the activity?.. RIMO Technical service will provide:.. Ongoing technical support for the development of RIBS services Assess RIBS equipment.. Update the RIBS Asset Register.. Upgrade communication services.. Assist with renewal of their Community licenses.. RIBS Equipment Assessments with the aim of standardising all equipment and maintenance procedures as a cost effective saving for DEWHA and the Aboriginal community.. Two maintenance trips per year to each community including:.. Opening and cleaning all gear.. Checking performance of equipment and fixing problems.. Routine replacement of minor consumable parts, fans, air filters etc.. Checking satellite dish, tower, antennas etc Servicing of air conditioner filters.. Conduct field strength checks for Radio in each community, initiate response to improve reception.. Implement an across the board labeling system Provision of a written report at the end of each visit to community Shire office.. Enter visit details in technician s logbook at site, to record any work done by whom and when, so an effective record exists.. This promotes accountability of technical work on sites.. Provide consultation on Technical planning and upgrades to site Provide over the phone technical support.. Provide backup satellite receivers, Radio transmitters.. Co-ordinate OPTUS Satellite upgrades..

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  • Title: Technical | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: CAAMA s crack Technical Response Squad in Tennant Creek.. 8CCC in a joint effort with CAAMA and Barkly Arts are well on their way to retransmitting in Tennant Creek.. With a view to link up studios for special events and simulcasts, this will be a great asset to CAAMA Radio, the community and those involved in training at the arts centre.. CAAMA s crack technical response squad has been up there this week making radio magic possible.. Big thanks to Josh who did a great job and the rest of the 8CCC crew who although inexperienced in some areas just jumped in and got it done.. And as the sun sets on another technical triumph for CAAMA we remember the past with our shared beginnings and the important relationship we have with 8CCC.. Until next time this is your technical department reminding you that dreams can come true, you just need to believe, and ask us for help.. Technical Division Working  ...   a large community of 738 people, 600kms NW of Alice Springs, that until then, Had NO Radio Service.. We also installed the first Radio service to Utopia, an area 250kms NE of Alice Springs which consisted of 13 Outstations covering over 1000 people.. CAAMA s radio broadcasts have shared distribution within the footprint area of the Imparja TV satellite transponder.. Our broadcasts can also be picked up outside of this area if communities or media groups have their own retransmission sites and licence.. One of CAAMA s technicians installing a new tv antenna at Timber Creek following lightning damage.. Services Performed by the CAAMA Technical Crew.. Installation and maintenance of CAAMA music, video and radio equipment, including CAAMA owned retransmission equipment in Ceduna, Coober Pedy, Alice Springs, Tennant Creek, Elliott and Katherine.. CAAMA technicians also install and maintain Television and Radio transmission equipment for Remote Aboriginal communities covering Central and Southern parts of the Northern Territory and remote areas of South Australia..

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  • Title: Contact Us | CAAMA Corporate Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: Contact Details.. Address: 101 Todd St, Alice Springs NT 0870.. Postal: PO Box 2608, Alice Springs NT 0871.. Phones:.. Reception: +61 8 8951 9778.. Caama Fax: +61 8 8951 9717.. Accounts: +61 8 8951 9742.. Radio Sales Marketing: +61 8 8951 9765.. Technical Services: +61 8 8951 9770.. Caama Shops: +61 8 8953 4607.. Caama Shops Fax: +61 8 8951 9718.. Emails:.. Reception:.. reception@caama.. Radio Sales:.. radiosales@caama.. Accounts:.. accounts@caama.. Technical:.. techs@caama.. Productions:.. contact us here.. CAAMA and CAAMA Radio ABN : 32-603325704.. CAAMA Shops ABN : 24009639758.. CAAMA Productions ABN : 52-009645916..

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  • Title: Radio | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: Elijah Barber.. Pam Reception.. Sara & Troy.. Womens Business.. GMAN Station Manager.. More stories from the CAAMA team.. Outside Broadcasts.. Programs.. About CAAMA Radio 8-kin FM.. The CAAMA Radio network is an FM and online service which broadcasts Aboriginal radio to remote and regional Australia via satellite and to the world over the internet 24/7.. The satellite footprint of the CAAMA satellite service is available to 2/3 of the country, we broadcast on 23 of our own transmitters 149 remote indigenous transmitters and approximately 35 self help transmitters on mine sites and roadhouses across outback and regional Australia with a listening audience in excess of 400,000 people.. Programming.. Our programming is presented by a staff of 11 full time broadcasters, producers and trainees; we have a strong commitment to training with everyone undertaking training to certificate level.. Our programming is in made up of language programs in 4 different indigenous languages from central Australia and English.. We have a news service focusing on all indigenous issues, comprising 5 bulletins a day and a 1 hour current affairs program 5 days a week.. We are the only station doing a regular indigenous news and current affairs service.. Radio story archives.. Select Month.. February 2014 (16).. January 2014 (48).. December 2013 (34)..  ...   November 2011 (111).. October 2011 (85).. September 2011 (118).. August 2011 (127).. July 2011 (116).. June 2011 (160).. May 2011 (101).. April 2011 (108).. March 2011 (83).. February 2011 (83).. January 2011 (99).. December 2010 (33).. November 2010 (64).. October 2010 (80).. September 2010 (68).. August 2010 (42).. July 2010 (71).. June 2010 (82).. May 2010 (63).. April 2010 (59).. March 2010 (47).. February 2010 (18).. January 2010 (40).. December 2009 (18).. November 2009 (34).. October 2009 (32).. September 2009 (49).. August 2009 (47).. July 2009 (33).. June 2009 (33).. May 2009 (30).. April 2009 (30).. March 2009 (33).. February 2009 (31).. January 2009 (16).. December 2008 (26).. November 2008 (6).. October 2008 (1).. September 2008 (4).. August 2008 (1).. November 2007 (3).. September 2007 (1).. January 2007 (1).. November 2006 (8).. June 2006 (1).. November 2005 (10).. July 2005 (1).. January 2005 (1).. November 2004 (5).. July 2004 (1).. December 2003 (1).. November 2003 (6).. November 2002 (7).. July 2002 (1).. November 2001 (7).. November 2000 (5).. January 2000 (1).. December 1999 (1).. November 1999 (1).. November 1998 (1).. November 1997 (1).. November 1996 (1).. December 1995 (1).. November 1993 (1).. November 1991 (1).. December 1988 (1).. about 6 hours ago.. about 7 hours ago.. about 8 hours ago..

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  • Title: Radio News | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: BARUNGA Festival.. CAAMA News 7-02-14.. CAAMA news team: Paul Wiles, Lorena Walker, Damien Williams.. Community members of the whitegate camp near Mparrentwe Alice springs are concerned about the loss of their land and culture following claims in local media that the future of the camp is in doubt, with the government preparing to develop the land and move camp residents off their country.. The Northern territory Chief Minister Adam Giles has payed tribute to the visiting Parramatta Eels as they engaged with local youth on a visit to the Centralian Middle School to talk about Tackling Bullying.. am 7-02.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/am-7-02.. CAAMA NEWS 6-02-14.. CAAMA News team : Paul Wiles, Mikaela Simpson, Loreena Walker, Damien Williams.. Australia s peak representative body for Aboriginal and Torres strait Islanders has called on the Abbott Government to allow their communities to design and plan their own ways of increasing school attendance.. An Adelaide based University professor who has called on the Federal Government to compensate Aboriginal people s who have lost their language says the restoration of language will help them connect back to their cultural roots.. A South Australian community help group that recognizes the impact of high suicide rates and lateral violence among aboriginal Australians is  ...   stories told to them by Aboriginal people about how they continue to live their lives after suffering a stroke or brain injury.. am 5-02.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/am-5-02.. CAAMA news 4-02-14.. CAAMA news team: Paul Wiles, Mikaela Simpson, Lorena Walker, Pam Reilly, Damien Williams.. A NSW based Aboriginal rights group has accused a local coal mining company of taking advantage of poverty in its community to marginalize the concerns of elders in its push to increase its mining activities.. A self-motivated Aboriginal woman who worked hard to become a lawyer and later created her own successful business says despite the many differences between her people they need to pursue these in a respectful way with government.. A health program set up to improve the quality of life for Aboriginal and Islander Australians has seen blood sugar levels drop consistently in a number of communities since it was introduced four years ago.. am 4.. 02.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/am-4.. 021.. CAAMA News Team: Paul Wiles, Pam Reilly.. The 2014 Australian of the Year Champion Aboriginal footballer, Adam Goodes has urged his people to wait and see what he can do for them over the next 12 months, before making judgement on his decision to accept the award.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/am-3-02.. about 3 hours ago..

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  • Title: News video bulletins | Radio Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: Older posts.. The co-chair of Australia’s peak Aboriginal and Islander representative body discusses what a new government means for Congress.. CLC Chairman responds to NT Chief Ministers push to develop the Territory.. The opening of the Mutitjulu pool.. Bush Bands Bash 2013.. Family Fun Day at Amoonguna.. Highlights from Walk In My Shoes.. Highlights from the 2013 CAFL Grand Final.. Launch of the Central Australia Standby Response Service.. A Mediation Manual developed by the residents of Yuendumu.. The public launch of a Mediation Manual developed by the residents of Yuendumu has been described as a road map to help guide, according to Chairman of the Yuendumu Mediation and Justice Committee Robert Robertson.. The Yuendumu Mediation and  ...   past troubles, and that it had taken a lot of hard work, a lot of soul searching and a lot of forgiveness.. He says the community is focussed on maintaining the harmony.. The Manual was developed by Yuendumu residents with the support of the Central Desert Shire and FaHCSIA’s Indigenous Family Support Program.. See below a short video of the launch that took place in Alice Springs last week.. And the winner of the 2013 Alice Springs Bicycle Film Festival is.. To view Fetch the Milk, winner of the 2013 Alice Springs Bicycle Film Festival in full,.. click here.. An Oral History with Ted Egan at Desert Parks.. Would you like to be an Aboriginal Health Worker/Educator?..

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  • Title: RIBS | Radio Categories | CAAMA
    Descriptive info: Alice Taylor Productions.. Uncle Jimmy Little.. Paul and Fiona visited Titjikala for two days of new broadcaster training.. The radio trainees Doris, Jillian, Stephanie,layla and Lisa at Titjikala were fantastic and we all had alot of fun last week learning how to operate the RIBS studio, and how to be the best broadcaster we can be.. Imanpa Kids Sing Live on Radio.. au/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/RUDOLPH.. Imanpa primary school kids were very excited to be in the local RIBS radio station singing live to their community.. JUSTIN, CAAMA S NEW SENIOR BROADCASTER TRAVELLED TO NTARIA WITH PAUL.. Justin visited Ntaria with Paul for Kima s show.. It was his first viit to a community and he met people and saw how a RIBS broadcast goes to air on the CAAMA network.. UTJU NEW BROADCASTER TRAINING.. Paul and Valdwyn worked hard for two days on new broadcasting training at Utju this week.. Valdwyn did so well that with the assistance of Jonathon Doolan and Paul, she put a program to air for two hours after the training.. Merry Christmas from CAAMA RIBS.. Paul Fiona would like to thank the RIBS Broadcaster for their hard work throughout 2013 and wish them, their families and all RIBS listeners on CAAMA Radio a very Merry Christmas and a Safe  ...   recent CBAA awrds night in Sydney.. FAREWELL ALLAN NEILSON.. After many years as the RIBS broadcaster from Radio Rum Jungle based at Batchelor Institute, Allan Neilson broadcast his last show on the CAAMA 8kin-fm network on Friday the 15th November.. Allan had worked at Batchelor Institute as the radio co-ordinator for seven years and broadcast the RIBS show from there for most of that time.. He is very highly regarded by both staff and students and will be missed as much by them as he will be by CAAMA and our listeners.. We all wish him well for his future.. Good luck Allan.. Apatula Enjoys RIBS Radio Training.. Hayley, Warrie, Renee, Damien and Mathew worked hard at RIBS Radio training with Paul for two days at Apatula.. Ltyentye Apurte RIBS Presenter Noelene visits Caama in Alice Springs.. RIBS Radio training at Ltyentye Apurte is fun.. Maxwell, Juan, and Terrence had fun and learned how to be RIBS broadcasters with Paul and Noelene at Ltyentye Apurte last Thursday and Friday.. RIBS radio training at Ntaria.. Paul and a dedicated group were involved in RIBS training at Ntaria last week.. We had a lot of fun and all learned from each other.. On the way back to Alice Springs I saw a beautiful rainbow..

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