CAAMA’s two new RIBS Co-ordinators, Fiona and Paul, visited the beautiful community of Ltyentye Apurte (Santa Teresa). They were treated to a viewing of stunning hand-painted silks created by the community women.
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Debra Claude and Malcolm Moneymoon, our deadly Titjkala Ribs broadcasters were presented with their certificates yesterday, awarded for their awesome work at the RIBS Broadcaster course at CAAMA, based on units of the Certificate II in Creative Industries (Media)!
You can hear them on the airwaves Tuesdays 2-4pm!
Fiona and Paul are CAAMA’s New RIBS Co-ordinators. They headed out to Titjkala yesterday to meet the deadly RIBS broadcasters at Titjkala, Debra and Malcolm, and meet the Shire Manager Mike.
They were pretty impressed with Titjkala and Debra showed them how it’s done with a great live show with many requests!
Santa Teresa Senior Girls Awards Ceremony today in Santa Teresa was the Awards Ceremony for the Santa Teresa Senior Girls Class. Every week this group of students broadcast the Local Radio Program using the reading, writing & speaking skills they have been learning at school… its been a great tool for them to inform, entertain & educate, for themselves as well as the other community members who so strongly support them by listening to the show, requesting songs and giving announcements and shout outs for the show. Listen out for that every thursday on 8KIN FM if you are out in Santa Teresa … its a great show. They are going through the School Holidays as well…keep your ears flapping for that!!!
I biggest congrats go to Ken, being awarded the Best RIBS Radio Operator for 2012 … get well soon Kenny, so youcan get back on those airwaves and bring us “Windleys Hotline” once again on a Wednesday.
Debra Claude recieved this beautiful Award for “Best Emerging RIBS Broadcaster” at the 14th Remote Media Festival. This is a well deserved award as debra works v
ery hardf to bringn good radio to CAAMA every tuesday 2pm to 4pm. The huge effort has paid off Debra …Congratulations from all of us here at CAAMA and across the country …………
CAAMA RIB’s-14th Remote Indigenous Media Festival
The traditional owners of Djarindjin Community welcomed us to their beautiful country & looked after us while there, and we were very grateful for that. As one representative said to me “I feel honoured to introduce my country to these Desert People”
Getting there and back again was as exciting as being there!!!