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Milpirri Festival 2018!

29 October 2018

PAW Media are coming to Lajamanu for Milpirri, 3rd November, 2018. Watch Winds of Change to learn more about this fantastic event.  CONTINUED »

PAW Language and Culture Space Officially Opened

04 May 2018

PAW Media staff officially opened our refurbished PAW Language & Culture Space, as the final event in WYDAC’s Year of Life Long Learning Celebrations on 3rd May 2018. Jennifer Baarda, our Warlpiri Media Worker and inDigiMOB Mentor, recorded video and audio of the day’s activities. The Space was opened by Simon Japangardi Fisher, PAW Media’s Senior Warlpiri Cultural Officer and Archivist. “This is an important day for us.” He said, “Now we have a place to show our children their heritage.” Guests included Yuendumu School...  CONTINUED »

PAW Yapa Beats 3 OUT NOW!!!!

11 July 2016

  This new compilation from PAW Media (formerly Warlpiri Media) features some of the most popular central desert bands in and around the Pintupi, Anmatjere and Warlpiri speaking countries in Central Australia. 11 tracks recorded and produced in the PAW Studios in Yuendumu, this release features the track “Skin Name” from Wampana Band. This track has caused a stir on the ABC youth radio network Triple J, with favorable reviews on Triple J’s Unearthed site by broadcasters – Dom Alessio "This is some hot fire ska right here” and Nick...  CONTINUED »

2015 - 17th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival

24 September 2015

8PAW Radio will move it site to Lajamanu from 27th September till 2nd October for the 2015 - 17th National Remote Indigenous Media Festival. PAW Media and Communication is extremely proud to be hosting this festival in Lajamanu. Each year the National Remote Indigenous Media Festival brings together community broadcasters and media producers from across remote Australia. A different RIMO (Remote Indigenous Media Organisation) hosts the Festival each year and with location alternating between coastal to desert communities. The Festival is a key part in the...  CONTINUED »

New Portable Video Projection System for Community Screenings

10 July 2015

PAW Media is excited to have acquired a portable outdoor video projection system for community cinema screenings. The purchase was partially funded by a grant from the Northern Territory’s  Community Benefit Fund which is administered by the NT Department of Business. The system comprises a chain-drive video projection screen from Screen Technics, a new high-output Sony projector, an audio mixing desk and a Fender portable PA system with speaker stands. The system will facilitate screenings in Yuendumu and elsewhere. The screen can be carried on the roof-rack...  CONTINUED »

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