EB_Spring_2015We need your input into a history of ethnic community broadcasting

The Spring 2015 issue of The Ethnic Broadcaster is available now and it’s a bumper 30th anniversary issue.

This special issue looks back over the key highlights in 40 years of ethnic community broadcasting and 30 years of the NEMBC.

We invite you to look over the magazine and contact us with any feedback. Have an interesting story? Share it with us and we can see how we can incorporate it into our final edition of this magazine, send us any suggestions or input that you have.

With your help, we hope to work together in perfecting this commemorative publication and pay tribute to the dedication of all ethnic broadcasters around Australia in shaping the past, present, and future state of our sector.

Read the Exposure Draft here.


Inaugural National Conference on Migration, Media and Integration/Social Cohesion 2016

Registrations are now open for the Inaugural National Conference on Migration, Media and Integration/Social Cohesion 2016
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The CBF Reforms Explained

Want to know more about what the CBF is doing? The NEMBC explains in detail why it opposes the CBF reforms
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Annual Report available

Read the NEMBC's Annual Report for the 2014-2015 financial year.
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2010 Tony Manicaros Grant recipients

Tony Manicaros Grant open now

Applications now open. Up to $2,000 can be given to a project that develops opportunities in the multicultural broadcasting sector. All NEMBC members welcome to apply.
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About the National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters' Council

The NEMBC is the peak organisation representing ethnic community broadcasters across Australia. The NEMBC advocates for multiculturalism and media diversity and helps people connect to and maintain their language, culture and identity.

Become a member

NEMBC memberships expire at the end of each financial year, on 30 June. To renew your membership, contact the NEMBC Operations Officer at operations@nembc.org.au or 03 9486 9549.