Geelong Ethnic Broadcasters Association

When Geelong Community Radio started broadcasting 25 years ago Geelong's multicultural community had a strong representation and formed the “Multicultural Committee”. In 2002 the group became an incorporated body and is now known as GEBA. The monthly meetings continue, giving ethnic broadcasters the opportunity to share, network and discuss any issues to do with their local communities and/or programming, local events etc.

A large delegation of GEBA members attend the yearly national conference for ethnic broadcasters, organised by the NEMBC (National Ethnic and Multicultural Broadcaster Council).

There are 17 different Ethnic programs, 19 hours on a weekly basis from 6pm-10pm Monday-Thursday, and 6-9pm Sundays with all aspects of community information produced by older and youth presenters working together.

The Pulse community radio station provides training if there are any new ethnic groups wanting to be heard in Geelong. Interested groups can contact our station manager to find out more about ethnic broadcasting.


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