Small community broadcasting stations with an income less than $150,000 can apply for a grant of up to $2,000 to support promotional activities that will increase the station's profile.
Sustainability & Development – Promote your Station grants close 5pm AEST, Monday 7 April 2014
Apply now for grants to support the delivery of training to broadcasters, staff and volunteers at community radio and television stations.
Grants can support accredited or unaccredited (Pathways) training in broadcasting & media skills or management & leadership skills, and subsidies are available for technician and trainer training.
Applications close Monday 1 April 2014
Apply now for a Transmission Support - Operational Subsidy grant to help pay for the operational costs of your station's transmission. Last year we subsidised the transmission costs of 149 community radio stations, distributing more than $1.2 million.
Transmission Support - Operational Subsidy grants are non-competitive and offered once per year, so gather together your receipts for transmitter and translator site costs and apply before Friday 21 March 2014.
Apply now for up to $50,000 to help your community radio station to purchase and install essential transmission equipment or improve your transmission facilities.
Transmission Support - Equipment grants close on Friday 21 March 2014
Funds are available to help cover program production costs for regular (weekly) Indigenous programs that are broadcast on a community radio station or RIBS.
Apply now to support programs that will be broadcast in the July-December 2014 period. New Indigenous Programs that started broadcasting from 3 September, 2013 are also welcome to apply under the New Indigenous Programs category.
Applications close at 5pm AEDT, Monday 17 March 2014.
The Community Broadcasting Foundation is an independent non-profit funding agency that seeks, secures, distributes and administers funding to support the development, creativity and sustainability of community broadcasting in Australia.