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CAAMA relies on surveys to collect data, both qualitative and quantitative, that can help us offer the right products and services to our communities around Australia.
|"A survey is an investigation about the characteristics of a given population by means of collecting data from a sample of that population and estimating their characteristics through the systematic use of statistical methodology"|
CAAMA is dedicated to providing media that gives Aboriginal Australia a voice through the use of language and culture. Surveys play a vital role in discerning the right mix of music, news and information services to broadcast across our many media services and through our CAAMA branded content.
Wondering just how Australia's largest independent media sector operates? Who makes community radio? Who listens? And why they tune in? The infographic below brings together data from the CBAA's independent research programs, including the National Listener Survey, and Station Census...
IRCA is currently expanding its role and representation to become the national peak body for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasting, media and communications industry. As a result, there insight into the media industry through their own surveys and surveys they have...