Issue Details: First known date: 1990 1990
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AbstractHistoryArchive Description

Type of Media

Peak body, community radio


Access for Researchers

By appointment


Content Summary

Publications:

  • "The Ethnic Broadcaster" (also online since 2001), 1990-present
  • Brochures and handbooks (a selection online), c1990-present
  • Booklets "Engaging Communities", "Settlement service providers" to assist new and emerging communities with radio stations and accessing communities, 2007 (updates being prepared 2012)

Organisational documents:

  • Annual reports (also online since 2007), 1992-present
  • Lobby documents (a selection online from 2008), c1991-present
  • Public submissions (a selection online from 2006), c1991-present
  • Media releases (online since 2006), c1990-present
  • Strategic plans, 2006-2012
  • Policy and Procedures manual (live document), 2008-present

Oral Histories:

  • "Migrant Women in the Workforce": five CDs of Oral Histories (excerpts online), 2004

Training material:

  • The Australian Ethnic Radio Training Project: CDs, manuals, etc., 2003-2007
  • Ethnic Public Radio (EPR) Training Package: Broadcast law manual in a variety of languages, 1989
  • DVD documentary "Becoming a Community Radio Broadcaster: a guide for emerging communities", 2008

Other:

  • Poster collection, NEMBC and other organisations, c2000-present

Comments

The National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters’ Council is a national peak body that advocates for and supports multilingual community radio broadcasting around Australia. It was established in the late 1980s.

Some material listed is in off-site storage. A variety of other recent NEMBC material is available online, for example, documentation on conferences, material related to the Youth Committee (e.g. "Handbook: A Guide to Involving Young People at Your Station", 2005) and the Women’s Committee ("Outstanding Migrant Women" – series of six interviews, 2007).


Keywords

peak body, ethnic, multicultural, multilingual, community radio, broadcasting, youth, women, emerging communities, organisational documents, training,

interviews


Contact Name

Mr Russell Anderson, Executive Officer


Address

Suite 1 / 288 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Vic 3065. Postal address: PO Box 1144, Collingwood, Vic 3066


Phone and Fax

Ph +61 (3) 9486 9549, Fax +61 (3) 9486 9547


Email

admin@nembc.org.au


Website Link 1

http://www.nembc.org.au/


Website Link 2

Affiliation Notes

  • This record is included in AustLit because it forms part of the Media Archives Project. AustLit does not comprehensively cover Australian Archives.

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