Young People Sessions for the NEMBC Conference 2018

Announcing Presenters and Sessions for the NEMBC Conference 2018.

24th of November at Novotel Langley, Perth.

Giordana Caputo – CEO of the Community Media Training Organisation (CMTO)

An experienced broadcaster, producer, journalist and trainer, Giordana was a long-term worker and management team member of Brisbane’s 4ZZZ where she managed community development and training projects aimed at empowering and engaging marginalised groups through the media. She earned a degree in Journalism from the Queensland University of Technology, has a Certificate IV in training and assessment (TAE40110), produced content for a range of media organisations including FBi, 4ZZZ, SBS Radio, Rave Magazine, The Australian Ballet and Media Monitors.

Emma Couch – National Training Manager at the CMTO

With 10 years’ experience in the community broadcasting sector, Emma has enjoyed a wide range of paid and volunteer roles at a station and sector organisation level.Emma most recently held the role of Senior Member Services Officer at the CBAA, where she was the first point of contact for member stations, organised a number of events, including the CBAA Conference and Awards and the CBAA Webinar Program She has a strong history in Community Radio starting out volunteering at Koori Radio and spending five years at Radio Skid Row in various roles, including board member and producer.

Giordana and Emma will facilitate the Youth Session on:

  • How to develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills: how to write content for different media platforms and how to engage your audience through difference social media platforms?
  • Explore the use of critical and creative thinking when reviewing the content we broadcast on-air and online. Professional long form audio producers engage in long self reflective practices when producing content. We too can do this to help improve our programming and compel our audiences.

Employment Pathways

Giordana and Emma will join a panel of people to explain about training options and whats needed to up-skill for employment pathways during the Youth Session from 2-3pm 24 November.

For the main session

Break the Digital Disruption and make a Podcast

How to make a podcast – you need to start somewhere so let’s start with the basic 101 course for beginners.

The aim of this workshop is to explore the basic features of the Hindenburg audio editing program. The CMTO has been working in close partnership with the Danish audio company and have found it to be a great platform for podcast production.

Workshop facilitators will work through the basic features of the program, giving participants the ability to import, edit, clean and publish content: 4-5pm 24 November.

Visit https://www.nembc.org.au


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