Youth Radio Training and NAIDOC Concert

21 July 2013

PAW has just wrapped up a week of youth radio training in Yuendumu. Half a dozen participants learned the ins and outs of creating live and pre-recorded radio.  Look out for the next generation of radio talent! 

The training culminated in a live radio broadcast of a NAIDOC week community concert held on the PAW Media stage. Three local bands - Wampana Band, Desert Mulga Band and Yartulu Yartulu Band - played for a crowd of yapa music fans who danced and enjoyed a BBQ prepared by Mt Theo Program.

Thanks to the NT Office of Youth Affairs for support with funding the training and concert. 


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