For help, questions and answers about listening
live, click on the following link.
Listener Survey Form
Click here to complete an easy Survey Form, we NEED your feedback!
Become a Member!
Community radio suffered badly in the budget...but 100.3 FM 2MCR will be supporting this campaign to keep your Community Radio fully funded...and you can help!
Two brief messages about this issue.
Keep the community in your radio
The Federal Budget will see a decrease in funding support for the sector of $1.4 million p.a. - funding that keeps community radio stations broadcasting on digital in 5 capital cities.
Community radio's standing alongside public and commercial broadcasters is at risk.
The Community Broadcasting Association of Australia has launched a campaign to Keep the Community in Your Radio, seeking signatures on a petition calling on both the Coalition and Labor to restore funding to keep community radio on digital.
CBF President Peter Batchelor said "The funding reduction is particularly disappointing given the key role digital radio is expected to play as a free-to-air platform and the recent strong growth in digital radio audiences."
CBAA CEO Jon Bisset said "For over 40 years, Australian Governments have been committed to community radio standing alongside commercial and national radio services on available free-to-air broadcast platforms. Today, we see that position under threat."
To support the campaign, visit keepcommunityradio.org.au
All the monthly
markets start in February, Picton on the 1st Sunday,
Wilton on the 3rd Sunday.
News and Interesting Bits!
Inside and out.
Welcome to our web site, graciously hosted by a former Presenter at
100.3 FM, Chris Aitken. Check out his company at...
The Web Hub
Laura Bradshaw & Rodney Simpson attended
the Sponsors Night. Held at Camden show grounds.
In the photos below, fellow Media Sponsors C91.3fm & Vintage fm. Posed with Charlie the Bull and Gary the Bull master handler.
Camden Show … ‘Still a Country Show’