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Radio informs, transforms and unites us – World Radio Day

Today is World Radio Day, where people around the world celebrate radio and how it shapes our lives. Listen to our Radio Reading Network audio for World Radio Day 2019   Radio brings together people and communities from all backgrounds to foster positive dialogue for change. On that basis, the theme for World Radio Day […]

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Supporting your Radio Reading programming

Community radio stations can support local programming made by and for people with a print disability, such as Radio Reading programs, by potentially accessing CBF grants and/or participating in our National Sponsorship Scheme. You can find out more about these funding opportunities below. But first, it’s important to recognise that to access this support, your […]

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Take 5 minutes to tell us what you need!

Calling all Radio Reading supporters! The RPH Australia survey is live and we’d love to hear from you! By taking a few minutes to complete this survey, you’ll help us to focus our improvement efforts on the areas that matter most to you. There are 13 questions in total. RPH Australia is the peak body […]

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Stephen Jolley – our first Champion for Radio Reading

Access to information has the power to transform people’s lives. Access to printed publications often informs opinions and decisions, enabling full participation in society. However, people with visual, physical or cognitive impairments or low literacy don’t enjoy the same ready access to print media as other Australians. Stephen Jolley, has spent a lifetime helping to […]

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Access to information is empowerment – IDUAI 2018

  The Radio Reading Network empowers people with a print disability. On 28 September, UNESCO’s International Universal Access to Information Day, we celebrate the Radio Reading Network as the only radio service dedicated to providing access to published materials to the estimated 5 million Australians with a print disability. We work to provide universal access […]

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Attention Media Release – RPH Australia appoints Executive Officer

RPH Australia, the peak body for the Radio Reading Network serving people with a print disability, has appointed its first Executive Officer since 2002 after a recruitment campaign that saw interest from Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart. Vaughn Bennison, Chair of RPH Australia said he was pleased to announce that Marilyn Alborough, a highly experienced CEO […]

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Media Release – RPH Australia comments on CBF Review

Media Release – RPH Australia comments on CBF Review RPH Australia, the peak body for the community broadcasting network serving people with a print disability, has issued a statement supporting the changes being implemented by the Community Broadcasting Foundation (CBF) in its Review of its structure and operations. ‘We have been included in every aspect […]

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