Digital Radio Project at the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) 

Project Assistant on the Digital Radio Project with the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA), Emma works with community broadcasters & technicians to maintain a custom built broadcast system, Radius, which provides program service image & text metadata across the national community DAB+ radio network.  Emma has provided operational and production support on pop up national broadcasts such as Girls To The Mic (for International Women's Day 2014), Radio NAIDOC (2014) and Unity in Diversity (2015) that celebrated the Ethnic community broadcasting sector. 

2ser 107.3

Emma's first exposure to community radio was by volunteering for 2ser's drive program across the years of 2004 - 2009 producing and presenting arts, music and community interviews, and magazine content. She participated in Radiothons, special events & outside broadcasts during her time at 2ser and gave her a foundation in volunteering, and an extension on existing activities in music and art into the larger cultural community of Sydney.