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On this Saturday 15th December from 6PM until 10PM on 'the Flat' at La Perouse, with heaps of family friendly activities and performances by Jarrod Hickling, Cianna Walker, Cindy Drummond, Warada Dance Group and Honey Piri. If you’re not in the xmas spirit yet, you will be! 🎉🎉🎄🎄
Do you have a passion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander music, culture and current affairs?
Gadigal Information Service Aboriginal Corporation is currently seeking a Program Manager for Koori Radio 93.7FM.
The Program Manager is responsible for managing the day to day operations of the station.
Under the direction of our CEO, the Program Manager is a contact point for internal and external stakeholders and key media organisations. This position manages the day to day staffing, the weekly programming schedule, broadcasters, sponsorship, and training opportunities.
The Program Manager is also responsible for the implementing and monitoring the community radio codes of practice, GIS policies and procedures and other relevant legislations relevant to community radio operations.
Gadigal Information Service (GIS) is a leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts/media hub based in Redfern, Sydney. Established in 1993 GIS obtained its full time broadcast license Koori Radio 93.7FM 2LND in 2001 which broadcasts 24/7 to the Greater Sydney region and simulcast as on DAB+ (Digital Radio), with live streaming via the internet to the world and on our standalone app.
GIS utilises radio and the arts to engage and inform on the issues and concerns affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and other marginalized people living in Sydney.
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Hip hop legends THUNDAMENTALS have PICKED US to partner with for this year’s #gotloveinitiative!!!! YAY US!
They just released a heaps deadly t-shirt with ALL the profits going directly to Koori Radio 93.7FM ✊🏿📻♥️!!! The #gotloveinitiative is Thundamentals using their elevated public profile to help others and serve the community. GOOD ON YA and THANKS fellas 🙏🏿!! The shirts are super FRESH! It’s also just in just in time for #ausmusictshirtday!! Hit this link to pr-eorder yours RN!
To go with the YBD album launch a music video was shot for the song that ended up becoming the title for the album - Don't Kill the Vibe.
It was filmed and edited by the super deadly Pauline Clague from the Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research at UTS. Check it out!
PS:No vibes were killed or harmed during the making of this
Spotify and Audiocraft in partnership with Koori Radio invite aspiring podcasters who identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to apply for the Sound Up Bootcamp, a four-day residential podcasting workshop to be held in Sydney on November 26-29.
You don’t need to have any prior podcasting experience, just a voice (with something to say), a passion for the medium, and an eagerness to bring your idea to life. Ten people will be selected to attend, with expenses covered including travel and accomodation for those living outside of Sydney.
You'll learn about the art of podcasting, receive mentoring and practical experience, and meet with podcasting and radio greats. At the end of the week, three of the attendees will be awarded a cash grant and equipment to produce their podcasts.
The bootcamp will be facilitated by Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander radio producer Emily Nicol (a Koori Radio alumnus) with workshops presented by Brooke Boney, Allan Clarke, Rudi Bremer and more.
Entries close on October 29, 2018 at midnight.
You can apply directly from Kooriradio.com or if you have any questions please email: email@example.com or call 0413 436 167.
After a successful album launch at Carriageworks last month, the 2018 Young Black and Deadly album is now available to stream or download in full for FREE via our YBD Bandcamp page.
BIG congrats to all of this year's Young Black and Deadly program graduates. From all of us at Gadigal Information Service and Koori Radio we wish you a BIG and BRIGHT future in the music industry! You can stream the album below...
WARNING: There's definitely a few earworms in the mix, so if you do dislike having deadly songs stuck in your head for days on end, maybe avoid listening to this album.
It's getting close to that time of year again! Applications for the 2019 Yabun Marketplace opened up last week and spots are filling up quick. Click here to head over to the Yabun website for more info and to fill out your application.
*Artist/Musician and Dance Group Applications have now closed.
On Saturday 22 September come celebrate the launch of the 2018 Young Black and Deadly album - Don’t Kill the Vibe - at Carriageworks.
The evening will feature ground breaking performances by young, talented, Indigenous musicians who recently completed a series of intensive music development, performance and recording workshops, as part of Gadigal Information Service and Koori Radio’s Indigenous youth music mentorship program.
This is an all ages, free event that kicks off at 7.00PM and goes until 10.00PM at The Tracks venue in Carriageworks. Spots are limited so click here to RSVP for your free tickets.
Proudly sponsored by Create NSW and TATU (Talking About Tobacco Use)