Speak to community from within community
CAMA presents a unique opportunity to connect with a diverse audience.
CAMA is crucial to you reaching Aotearoa’s diverse audiences with your messaging. Access media a sector that has existed for almost 40 years. Every region has a station telling the stories of their people, created by their people, and for their people. That means ALL people – not just those with power, privilege and of the dominant cultures or classes.
No other media can deliver your messaging in multi-lingual options. If you tune in to one of the 12 access media stations across the country you will discover the prioritisation of the voices and interests of those not usually seen and heard in mainstream media: children, young people, women, people with disabilities, Māori, Pacific peoples, ethnic minorities (including refugee and migrant communities) and other minority communities such as rainbow communities and those with diverse religious and ethical beliefs.
You will discover the rich tapestry of Aotearoa society and the voices that make us the fifth most ethnically diverse country in the OECD. What’s more, it’s our mandate to enable these voices and communities to have editorial control. We value authenticity and integrity above all else.
What if the power of authentic, diverse, in-depth and questioning media coverage relevant to our local communities was available to all of us 24 hours, seven days a week? Well it is.