Thank you for supporting local TV! As you’re no doubt now aware, community TV has been saved from its June 30 switch-off with a three-year licence extension, keeping C44 and C31 Melbourne on free-to-air TV at least until June 2024.
The Art of Reconciliation follows eight local First Nations people as they are each paired with an artist to tell their stories and experiences of reconciliation through the creation of portraits. The portraits were then exhibited, along with a screening of the documentary, during Reconciliation Week 2021, before embarking on a 12-month tour of South Australian galleries.
C44 documentary The People’s Festival: 60 Years of Adelaide Fringe is nominated for Best TV Current Affairs or Feature!
Just seven days until it was set to disappear forever from Australian television, community TV has been granted three more years of free-to-air broadcasting after an amendment to broadcasting legislation passed in the Australian Senate and House of Representatives, cementing community broadcasting licences for C44 Adelaide and C31 Melbourne until 30 June 2024.
Following Wednesday’s COVID 19 restriction updates in Victoria, the 2021 Antenna Awards will not go ahead this Saturday, 29th of May. It is with great consideration and disappointment that the Awards Committee have decided to reschedule the event to Saturday, June 19th at 7:30pm. The awards ceremony will still take place at Federation Square’s Deakin
C44 has a bevy of new and returning SA-made programs airing in May! With new episodes of favourites like Get Hooked with Team Justagirl to great new shows like The Holistic Approach and Cooking Just4Me: My Taste, No Waste, there’s plenty of great local content—programs made by our community for our community—to watch while we’re huddled inside!