Community Access Media Alliance is the national body for the 12 independently-owned access media stations across Aotearoa. Our vision is for all people to have a space in the media.
Wanting to be a broadcaster, radio host, content-creator, programme-maker, show-maker, or podcaster? Our 12 stations can help you make your own media. On-air or online, radio is a simple and inexpensive way to talk to your community-of-interest in any language.
Whether you’re a government entity, NGO, non-profit, company, or organisation, we can help you tailor your messages to speak directly and authentically to your target audience – in their language.
An iconic duo joins Hannah Mooney on That’s the Ticket this week and we’re not Lyon! Ruby and Gwen Lyon swept in ahead of their upcoming home-town concert.
Tiaki Sharp presents Wha Whanau, a show about four families... Maori, Pacifica, Q Communities and Youth.
Plains FM 96.9
Too tall, too heavy, too old to become a jockey in Korea, BB Hong leaves Seoul in search of his racing dream.
Otago Access Radio
This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - http://oar.org.nz
Access Radio Taranaki
Ia faataua a tatou Talatalanoaga.
This is an excellent time to reflect on how far we've come through many challenges and changes this year.
A collection of recordings by local people talking about life growing up in the South Taranaki District.
Josh and Jasper play the game and get ready for Christmas.
Robin Martin (RNZ) shares some audio with us from the Audio Described Gardens for the visually impaired, which was part of the Garden Festival 2022. Then we hear from Lance, Halina, and Bev about how they found the tour, and the future of audio descriptions in the community.
Brendan and Tarryn talk about how to help others this holiday season.
Join Elliana, Rain, and Martha on the couch. Elli and Martha chat about advent, life, Taonga Puoro, and Green Bin.
This week we will be showcasing artists you may not have heard or that need a little bit more recognition and time in the limelight. Tune in to see what we are playing today! Free range tracks from an extensive collection.
Radio Hawkes Bay
Twin Spin jazz with a theme that links the two tracks together
Music and conversation for the Tongan community
Manawatu Peoples Radio
All Saints Church after the fire. Earthquake strengthening issues. Considerations with the Square, alcohol ban, events. Wide streets and tree planting. Walking trails and wind farms around Palmerston North. Mountain biking tracks. Growth of PN. The Esplanade railway. Wildbase. Cherry blossoms in the Esplanade. Lack of bridges.
Stories of life in Hawkes Bay
Access Radio Wellington
In this show Greg updates on the new subdivision in Palmerston North, comments on the market and OCR. Also, he asks the question: Would you buy an ex-gang house? Tenants returned and splashed paint through their former rental - What was the outcome at Tenancy Tribunal?
A radio show and podcast which celebrates Environment Network Manawatū and the many organisations it supports, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand On Air.
This progamme highlights opportunities to get involved in the volunteering sector in Hawkes Bay
An interview looking at an interesting person, group, or service in the Manawatū, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand On Air.
Interviews with NZ writers and poets, visiting authors from around the world and news of local events
Live Wires fizzes, pops and crackles with youthful talent and enthusiasm. Students present their own variety programmes live from the classroom.
Tama Niue Plus encourages and supports strong traditional Polynesian culture, and is a connection between local Nuieans and their home - The Rock Of Polynesia.
This week we’re talking all things books! We've done some intense market research, (ie, talked with our kids), and discovered their favourite reads over the years (plus ours too). We also discover some pretty interesting facts about why it's good for kids to read and why we should read with our kids; we discover books which support emotional literacy, and we recommend some of the books our kids especially know and love. Plus, to round off the chat, we announce details of our first ever giveway!
Thomas Spring explains Neuroplasticity.
A show from the Manawatū Tenants' Union looking at housing and rental issues, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with the support of New Zealand On Air.
On the ninety-second episode, Nafisah Abdul Razak joins the show to share her unique cultural experiences as a Malaysian growing up in Aotearoa, volunteering at Sunday School and networking and job hunting culture in New Zealand for University students. This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
In this episode, Barry Hughes, lecturer at the University of Auckland, joins the show to talk about unions, their role in the community and the latest events surrounding tertiary education workers' claims for a pay rise.
Today Tina talks with Freda Wells on the power of reflection in finding the gems in our inner and outer world
Improving patient’s lives through education and awareness about lymphoedema.
Join expat Southlander Lorraine for her latest European news report!
This week, 5 things to consider when EQ'ing a room. The action packed weekend that's just been. And a few rants on audio. All that and so much more packed into this week's show.
Stay updated on the events, happenings, and services that are available in our local Southland community!
What is Jazz.
An in-depth and critical exploration of some of music's greatest oddballs, visionaries and cult heroes.
Pre-employment discrim, death wills and trust, Anananggal, 2 contracts and corruption
Two hours of the blues with Sian Weggery, produced by Manawatū People's Radio with support from New Zealand On Air.
Philip Weiss, founder and senior editor of the website Mondoweiss.net discusses reactions to the power in the new Israeli government, of the right-wing Religious Zionism Party.
Episode 70 - Anbudan Otago RJ Siva This show was broadcast on OAR 105.4FM Dunedin - oar.org.nz
Stories and events and music from the Hohepa community of Canterbury
Waikato Chinese Voices is your source of culture and information for the region's Chinese speaking community. News and current affairs, discussions, immigration policy, life hacks and music, plus local Chinese community events.
jazz and blues music