Over the long weekend, the world’s biggest roller derby tournament, The Great Southern Slam, took centre stage… well more like centre court. We captured every bump and bruise on our Facebook page, live-streaming the entire Grand Finals day.
On Wednesday and Thursday, our crew headed to the Aboriginal Power Cup to continue filming our SAASTA documentary. Participants must meet strict guidelines to attend this event, with behavioural and academic expectations, as well as a minimum 80% school attendance.
InDaily’s inaugural 40 Under 40 awards were announced last night. The award celebrates the passion, vision and achievements of South Australian business entrepreneurs under 40.
Are you a writer, producer, director or creative looking for inspiration and opportunity? Earlybird registrations are still open for the 2018 Screen Makers Conference and Marketplace, presented by the Media Resource Centre on the 27th and 28th of July. They close soon though, so don’t miss out!
The office was buzzing today with the news that our Transmitter Licence has been extended for a further two years. This extension will see Channel 44 remain on Free-to-Air until June 30, 2020.
Local MP Kate Ellis visited the office today to take a tour and meet the Friday team. Kate was very kind in offering her support for community TV and a broadcast licence extension. We would like to thank Kate for taking time out of her day to come and meet with us.
Congratulations to Fahim, the program provider of C44’s Farda TV and Ramadan TV, for recently being awarded the Art and Culture 2017 Individuals Category Award by His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC. Fahim received this prestigious award for his work within the South Australian community. Fahim has been involved with: The Afghan/Aboriginal documentary, titled ‘Afghan
Have some great local content you’d love to see broadcast? We are looking for more shorts to feature on our show SA Made Shorts We are also interested in broadcasting any feature-length content
One of our old vollies, Laura Franklin, is directing a local theatre production for the Adelaide Fringe named ‘Smells Like Team Spirit’. Check out her interview below.
Channel 44 is super excited to announce that we are now a proud supporter of the SAGA Adelaide International Women’s Film Festival. We could not think of a more appropriate time to begin this partnership than yesterday, on International Women’s Day. SAGA is a new, grassroots film festival that creates a platform for women and girls to