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New Radio Documentary

19 May 2014

PAW Media is proud to present our latest radio documentary 'When We Walked: Irritilatju Tjina Anangi'. The documentary was recorded during 10 days of walking, camping and hunting through Luritja country organised by the Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation. It explores the contrasts between pre-settlement nomadic lifestyles and modern day settlement.  You can read more about the project, listen to the podcast and look at photos on our Productions page.  The documentary will also be played on ABC Radio National's Awaye! show in coming...  CONTINUED »

Engawala On Air

02 September 2013

For a small community, Engawala has a lot of radio talent! During radio training last week, trainees wasted no time before jumping behind the mic.  Listen out for new Engawala broadcasters Carl Inkamala, Kathy Inkamala and Sarah Williams. The Engawala Show is 12:30-1:30pm daily. Call in for a request on (08) 8956 9492.   CONTINUED »

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...  CONTINUED »

New voices on PAW Radio

11 June 2013

Heard some different voices on PAW Radio lately? Our newest broadcasters are Adam Gallagher (Yuendumu) and Elsin Stafford (Yuelamu). They are both 22-years-old and are doing a great job of taking requests and keeping listeners entertained on the airwaves.  Experienced broadcasters Elizabeth Ross (Yuendumu) and Noel Heenan (Yuelamu) have also started back on radio after extended breaks.  It's exciting to have a full radio schedule again. You can check out full bios of all our announcers here.  Photo: Adam Gallagher in the Yuendumu studio  CONTINUED »

New radio talent in Willowra

12 October 2012

Congratulations to our latest radio training graduates from Willowra – we’ve been really impressed by your talent and professionalism on air! Our three week CDEP radio training course wrapped up this week with a special live broadcast from outside the Willowra shop. We look forward to hearing more Willowra voices on the radio again soon! Plus, look out for upcoming radio training in Engawala, Ti Tree and Lajamanu. Thanks to Central Desert Shire for special funding for CDEP participant radio training in Central Desert Shire communities.    CONTINUED »

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