We’re currently running our annual listener/community radio engagement survey. The survey helps provide us with information to assist with sponsorship, planning and programming. Please follow this link and complete the survey. Only takes a couple of minutes and REALLY helps us improve our services for our community. Many, many THANKS in advance!!
Klub Koori and Gadigial Information Service present Elders Night, an opportunity for our community elders to come together and celebrate the conclusion of the 2018 Eora Elders
Elders Night will be held on Friday, 6th April 2018 from 6pm to 10pm, at Rowers on Cooks River, 1 Levey Street Wolli Creek.
The entertainment for the evening will include performances by the Redfern Dance Company, country singer Sharnee Fenwick and veteran Bidjigal troubadour Vic Simms and
Admission includes a two course meal with with beverage refreshments and lucky door prizes.
This event couldn’t happen without the support of our sponsors and partners. We would
like to acknowledge the Eora Elders Olympics, Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation, The National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, Australian Unity, and Tribal Warrior Association.
Tickets are $20 each and available from www.kooriradio.com or by phone from Gadigal Information Service reception (02) 9384 4000.
Tickets are limited, so get in quick and don’t miss out on a
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Koori Radio 93.7FM is seeking three interns to gain experience in media and communications, journalism and broadcasting with our flagship programs.
Please note that the roles are unpaid training positions over a twelve month period (during semesters).
Candidates will be given the opportunity to learn and develop their skills in-line with their current educational background or field of study.
The following opportunities are available:
1. Brekky Co-host/Producer
2. Blackchat Researcher/Producer
3. Making Tracks Co-Host/Producer
If you or someone you know might be interested in an internship click here for more information or email Jodie Choolburra at email@example.com or call (02) 9384 4000.
Applications close 5pm (AEST), Friday 16th March 2018.
Young Black & Deadly (YBD) is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fast track youth music program run by Gadigal Information Service (Koori Radio) and located in Redfern, Sydney.
Young Indigenous musicians between the ages of 12 and 18 looking to gain quality music industry experience are encouraged to apply.
The program is free and features a series of music and songwriting development workshops run by experienced Indigenous musicians and performers. There are also opportunities for budding young artists to collaborate with other young Indigenous musicians, free time recording in a fully equipped professional studio as well as opportunities to perform on the YBD stage at Yabun 2019 and some future Klub Koori events.
Click here to fill out our online application form. Participants will need permission from a parent or guardian and are required to upload a short sample of their music with their application. We’ll accept anything, a video or voice recording off a phone, a link to soundcloud, youtube, whatever!
APPLICATIONS CLOSE Friday March 9th at midnight!
For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 02 9384 4000.