Stations producing content that meets the needs of particular communities may be eligible for dedicated Specialist Radio Programming Content grants. This funding is intended to encourage stations to incorporate:
These grants are distributed twice per year, with the greater portion allocated in Round 1 (see grant key dates).
Our grant guidelines and our Frequently Asked Questions detail everything you need to know about Specialist Radio Programming grants, including the need for stations to consult with broadcasters. For stations consulting with multiple ethnic broadcasters, we’ve prepared a Specialist Content Workbook to help you (special thanks to Behrooz Farahnakian from 4EB who created the original version).
Before you start your application, make sure you preview the application form and remember, members of our friendly Grants Support Team are here to provide tips and advice.
We strongly encourage you to discuss your project with the Grants Support Team before submitting your application. They can provide advice on the types of projects funded in this category, what information you should include in your application and feedback on your application prior to submission.
For assistance in applying please see links to further information below. If you would prefer to apply for the grant using a word processing document, contact your Grants Support Team member:
Jon King - 03 8341 5966 and email@example.com
Radio stations in Victoria, Tasmania, television stations and any independent producers or not-for-profit organisations looking to partner with a community broadcaster
Dean Linguey - 03 8341 5988 and firstname.lastname@example.org
Radio stations and Remote Indigenous Media Organisations (RIMOs) in Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory
Georgina Boucher - 03 8341 5955 and email@example.com
Radio stations in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory