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English version - 30 Years of Warlpiri Media: Nganimpa Nyangu Yimi (Radio Documentary)25 July 2014
In remote Indigenous communities across Central Australia, local media is a big part of daily life. Audiences tune in to local radio and TV for language, music, information, stories and a media style that is unique to their own community. Dennis...... ■■■ CONTINUED »
PAW Media is proud to present our latest radio documentary 'When We Walked: Irritilatju Tjina Anangi'. The documentary was...... DETAILS »
PAW has just wrapped up a week of youth radio training in Yuendumu. Half a dozen participants learned the ins and outs of...... DETAILS »
Congratulations to our latest radio training graduates from Willowra – we’ve been really impressed by your...... DETAILS »
PAW's stockmen radio documentary has been accepted into Imaginenative, the prestigious Canadian film and media arts...... DETAILS »
Engawala - our newest radio station! We've just done the test hookup into the PAW Radio network and all good. We'll be...... DETAILS »
PAW Media is starting on its next radio documentary joining in with the Waltja organised walk from Mt Liebig to Haasts...... DETAILS »
Congratulations to PAW Media Worker Dennis Charles who was awarded two finalist certificates at the recent NT Young Achiever...... DETAILS »
Curtis Fry has been awarded a certificate recognising his skills in live radio broadcasting. Curtis was successful in...... DETAILS »
PAW Media is proud to announce that media worker Dennis Charles is a finalist in the NT Young Achiever Awards 2012. Dennis...... DETAILS »
"The coming of the cattle" has won the Best Radio Documentary Award at the 13th Remote Indigenous Media Festival. The...... DETAILS »
PAW Media's latest radio documentary on the stories of the stockmen of Central Australia has been completed. Called ...... DETAILS »
PAW Radio has been out recording again this week. This time, PAW's Elizabeth Napaljarri Katakarinja recorded senior Yuendumu...... DETAILS »