25 August 2020

Hi <<First Name>>,

Tonight at 1830 AEST, we kick off part two of our station security webinar, which we do not want you to miss. The webinar will be delivered via Zoom, but you can still register right now!

Technorama Tuesday Webinar

Be honest. How ready are you for a fire? A major theft? Actions of disgruntled ex-volunteers? Is your station's asset register up to date? Who has keys, and what might they do while you're not looking?

We've talked about network ruggedness, and now it's time to look at something even more fundamental.  Would your station survive an unexpected physical action, and what can you do to both prevent and recover from that situation?

Part Two - Case Study: Seymour FM TX Site Security
In Part Two, (25 August 2020) we unpack a breaking-news case study.  Ian McOwan from Seymour FM will walk us through the recent attack on the Seymour FM Transmitter Site and discuss security measures stations should have in place for their sites.  Learn about TX Site Security and how you too can be prepared for an emergency.

Part One - Station Threats and Where to Find Them
For Part One, (28 July 2020) we took a deep dive into how you can identify threats to your station's security and gave out our six station security success top tips.

Technorama Annual General Meeting
Hold the date, get on board!

The Technorama Annual General Meeting will be held at 1900 on Thursday 24 September.  AGMs can be dry boring affairs, but you can make a difference.  If you believe in the work that Technorama is doing, then consider standing for Committee.  You get to do exciting things, contribute to the development of our Technologist Community, and build your network of contacts.

Yes, it's true: actually doing and being involved is the best way to build your experience.  You might even be surprised at how valuable Board time can be in the real world, and many folk find that Community Broadcasting governance experience is highly useful in their career.

We'll give you more detail in the coming weeks, including how to nominate, what is entailed, and how the meeting will be run.  Right now:  get the date in your diary.

Be sure to check in at the website to become a Technorama member or renew your membership - the process is fully online and painless.

And if you have general suggestions, questions or contact requests for Technorama, we're always listening.  Check out the contact box on the website, or drop us a line via email.  

From the team,

Technorama Incorporated

Don't forget: like us on our TR Facebook site (TechnoramaAustralia), get involved with our Q&A group (Community Radio Tech Q&A), or follow us on Twitter (@technorama_aus).  

Thanks for being involved, and please continue to support Technorama.


About us:  Technorama is the grass-roots volunteer group created to support technologists in Community Broadcasting.  We're here to help stations, to build better tech capability, encourage more people to engage in Broadcast technology, to facilitate training opportunities, get people talking, create the tech community, and do whatever it takes to make all that happen easily.   Technorama interlocks with the CBAA, is supported by the CBF, and provides support back to both organisations.  Technorama Incorporated has ACNC status and welcomes support, donations and bequests.
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