Ability Radio Project wins national broadcasting award

12219630_10153682584732482_2879984338632548688_n ARP and 4ZZZ have won the Tony Staley Award for community radio excellence at the 2015 Community Broadcasting Association of Australia Awards. Woo-hoo!

Love goes out to Ben, James, Felice, Jay, Michael, Jesse, Glen, Kirsty and Georgia, and all the support workers who made it happen. And to the Community Living Association and WWILD-SVP who also share the love. Yay us!

TONY STALEY AWARD Tony Staley was instrumental in the development of the community broadcasting sector. The winner of the Tony Staley Award is a community broadcasting organisation or initiative that actively promotes the values of community broadcasting in the areas of democracy, diversity, access and independence.
Each entry for this award will be judged on the following criteria:
1. The organisation or initiative works within the guiding principles of community broadcasting, including pursuing democracy, diversity, development of local arts and music, accessibility, community involvement and independence.
2. The station or initiative has a clear vision and strategy.
3. Management uses best governance practices to contribute to the station or project’s sustainability.
4. The station provides compelling and creative content that serves its community of interest.
5. The station’s activities have clear benefits for the community and the community broadcasting sector as a whole.
6. The station demonstrates a considered approach to its technical and online operations

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Cheers,

Kim

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