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Sharing the world with the UK and Brisbane: Chinese radio announcer Wing Lau

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Community radio has been going on in Australia since the 1970s but it’s relatively new in the UK. Ethnic radio stations like 4EB have launched in the UK too. Wing Lau was hosting Chinese language radio programs on EAVA FM the UK and has recently come to Brisbane. She talks about coming here from Hong Kong via the UK and all about her radio program.

 

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eChamp Aneel on social media at the NEMBC Conference and across Languages

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The eChamps clockwise L-R around table: Aneel, Phil, Lauren, Edgar and Tane

The eChamps clockwise L-R around table: Aneel, Phil, Lauren, Edgar and Tane

Over November 29 – December 1, delegates from ethnic radio stations around Australia gathered at the National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasting Council conferences to learn more radio skills in workshops and hear from speakers on topics like media, language and culture.

Armed with an arsenal of laptops and cameras, the NEMBC’s eChamps were there to put this valuable information up online.

4EB Pakistani program announcer Aneel Mazhar gives us a rundown on the conference weekend and shares some interesting ways multicultural communities are using social media.


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Catch up on the eChamps’s conference weekend at their blog: NEMBC Conference 2013