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Where am I From?: WAYF producer Ellie speaks

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Where are you From? is going on hiatus – because producer Ellie Freeman is going to where she’s from.

WAYF producer Ellie hanging out in the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul

WAYF producer Ellie hanging out in the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul

After asking people all over Australia where they’re from, it was time for Natal and May to turn the tables on Where are You From? producer Ellie Freeman. Ellie is an international adoptee – born in South Korea and adopted to Australia.

Natal and May wanted to know where Ellie was from, how she came up with the idea for Where are you From?, and her upcoming adventure back to where she was born.


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LINK: Ellie’s blog about Korea, adoption and family – Rok ‘n Roll Radio

Prasanna on ethnic radio for refugees

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Prasanna Nadarajalingum is the operations officer at the National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcasters Council. He talks to us about ethnic broadcasting for emerging refugee communities.

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Prasanna is part of the team putting the annual conference together in Brisbane. It’s on the weekend of November 29 here at 4EB and the Queensland Multicultural Centre. Go to the NEMBC website to register.

NEMBC conference series – Mindy Linh talks about ethnic broadcasting

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On November 29, the National Ethnic and Multicultural Council is hosting a three day conference in Brisbane at the Brisbane Multicultural Centre and right here at 4EB. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be talking to NEMBC representatives leading up to the conference.

The NEMBC is a body representing ethnic broadcasters – like your friendly 4EB announcers – around Australia. Every year, the NEMBC organise a series of workshops, speakers and meetings to support ethnic broadcasters.

Mindy Linh is an administration officer at the NEMBC and tells us about how she came to get involved with the organisation, and her thoughts on ethnic broadcasting.

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Register for the NEMBC conference here.