New documentary series to air on Channel 44 profiles nine South Australian community radio stations. Channel 44 is excited to announce the release of Broadcast Radio Australia, a 9-episode series profiling community radio stations around South Australia. The series was first produced in Victoria by Channel 31 and has been made possible with support from
This Valentine’s Day, love is in the airwaves on Channel 44! Send us a ten-second video message for your special Valentine, and we’ll play it on air on February 14. Be creative and think outside the chocolate box – the most creative video will win a Channel 44 prize pack.
Adelaide Comedy has teamed up with community broadcasters Radio Adelaide and Channel 44 to revive the popular Adelaide Comedy Podcastfrom a seven-year hiatus plus a run of six live shows! Meet Australia’s most loved and up-and-coming comedians as they chat with host and Adelaide Comedy Producer & Promoter Craig Egan about where they came from,
SAGA is a grassroots film festival that creates a platform for women and girls to tell their own stories and shape their own narratives. With women and girls behind the camera, SAGA is the state’s only women’s film festival.
A new show will be hitting your screens soon! Broadcast Radio Australia is a 10-part series showcasing diverse community radio stations across SA.
As Fringe 2019 is fast approaching, we’re getting ready to bring back Fringe on 44! With a record breaking number of shows from all new and original genres, Adelaide will be buzzing from February 15 right through until March 17.
Have you ever thought about producing your own TV show? Community Broadcasting Foundation content grants are now open. For more information click here.
Saturday February 9 marks the Fleurieu Film Festival awards night, recognising all the incredible entries and finalists! Coming from S.C. Pannell, McLaren Vale, guests will enjoy watching the 10 finalists’ short films over the course of the night, as well as live music, gourmet foods, wine, auctions and a door prize. Director of the Wilderness Society, Peter Owen will also speak.
The next round of content grant funding for the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) opens January 2 until March 12, 2019. Content grants support the development, production and distribution of original content via Australian community radio, television broadcasters and other associated platforms.
The 2019 Adelaide Fringe Festival is on its way. The program was officially released on Thursday and it’s bigger and better than ever!