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On Saturday 22nd July, indigiTUBE launched our brand-new DANCE channel at Splendour in the Grass Festival, North Byron NSW.
indigiTUBE live streamed from the Ngarindindi Dance Ground at the World Stage.
Hosted by Aaliyah Bradbury and Kagara Maling, the Ngarindindi Dance Ground showcased 4 local NSW North Coast Aboriginal Dance Troupes which included:
  • Mirrigingi
  • Birin
  • Muggara,
  • Kinship
A huge thank you goes out to Scott Gorman from Mediahouse, Kate Little from Splendour in the Grass and FNMA CEO Shane Hearn for making this event possible.

If you missed the live stream, you could watch the recorded version here on indigiTUBE's Previous Live Stream Concerts/Events Channel.
Introducing New Contributor and Content
A published author, trusted advisor to leading global organisations and descendant of both the Jawoyn and Wiradjuri nations, Kristal brings lived experience and over 16 years of business expertise to every partnership. She works closely with corporate and government leaders to articulate their supplier diversity vision, change organisational culture, develop procurement policies, action their plans and connect with talented Indigenous businesses.
MEET THE MOB - Series 1
Meet the Mob is a series dedicated to showcasing Blak Excellence in Indigenous Business. Each profile is designed to provide an introduction to an Indigenous business leader, what drives them to succeed and how they're creating positive change for organisations and Indigenous communities.

Meet the Mob can be found on indigiTUBE's Finance and Business Channel Here.
Welcome indigiTUBE's Project Officer GAVIN IVEY
Gavin Ivey is a proud Bundjalung man residing on Gadigal country.
Gavin has an extensive working background in community radio having been involved with the sector for over 20 years, producing, writing, and hosting radio programs, podcast series and promotion materials. Gavin has also held various roles worked within the First Nations Arts sector primarily in Sydney NSW.

He has been a board member at the Community Media Training Organisation, Positive Life NSW, and Gadigal Information Services Aboriginal Corporation, Koori Radio Sydney.

Gavin has also sat on the following panels: FNMA Content Sharing Advisory
Committee, FNMA Indigitube Advisory Committee, 2020 FNMA First Sounds Music Compilation, 2019/2020 CBAA National Features and Documentary Series, and 2018 Spotify, First Nations Sound Up Panel.
This month we highlight the deadly work at Ngarralinyi (The Listening Place) Ngarralinyi is an Indigenous Community Radio Station located in Taree NSW. It exists to facilitate the need for an independent voice in a region with a high Indigenous population.
Ngarralinyi strives to provide an essential service by way of radio broadcasting to the local area. The station carries information relating to current and past community issues.
Radio station Ngarralinyi publicly promotes reconciliation and endeavors to educate the Indigenous community and the non-Indigenous
community it surrounds, in an attempt to lessen the gap of knowledge, awareness and history.

Ngarralinyi also strives to provide workplace opportunities for the youth, unemployed and unskilled.
Mid North Coast Indigenous Broadcasting association Corporation (MIBAAC) was incorporated on 2nd August 1999 and Ngarralinyi was established in 2000, with it's first licence to broadcast granted November 1999. Prior to this a Koori program was broadcast through 2BOB FM, a community based radio station also located in Taree.
  • Kyle Kingbrown Bartlett
  • Mike Fitzgerald (Media & Sponsorship Sales)
  • Toni Janke
  • PARIS-Marree Boreham
Cementa First Nations Curatorium EOI
Cementa Festival is shaking up our First Nations programming by inviting regionally based artists, curators, creatives and cultural leaders of Aboriginal descent to join our newly formed First Nations curatorial team. Read More.
Leg Up Grants
Leg Up Grants are quick response skill development grants for workers in volunteer managed museums and Aboriginal cultural spaces throughout NSW. These grants fund various skill development projects including hosting or attending workshops, conferences or seminars in NSW, in addition to networking activities. Read More.
Arts Projects for Individuals and Groups
This program funds a range of activities that deliver benefits to the arts sector and wider public, including national and international audiences and communities.
Grants are available from $10,000 to $50,000. Supported activities must not last longer than two years from the proposed start date. Read More.

Funding open for artists and musicians to SNAP up opportunities
The Short Notice Activities Programs (SNAP) will support artists, arts workers, musicians, bands and music industry professionals to take advantage of unplanned career-building opportunities. The SNAP supports artists to engage in high-quality national, regional and international arts and cultural opportunities. Read More.
Quick Response Grant
You can apply for up to $1,000 to access arts and cultural opportunities at short notice.
Funding can be used for travel costs, accommodation, marketing and materials. Read More.

Dobell Exhibition Grants
The Dobell Exhibition Grant program provides financial assistance towards the development of new, curated exhibitions of visual arts at regional and public galleries in New South Wales. The program aims to support high quality exhibitions that speak to a broad audience across NSW. Read More.
Contemporary Music Touring Program
The Contemporary Music Touring Program (CMTP) supports national touring activity undertaken by Australian musicians performing original Australian contemporary music.
The tour must comprise of performances in at least three venues or locations outside of the performer’s hometown. Tours that include regional and remote destinations, or which assist performers residing in regional and remote areas to tour, are a priority for funding. Read More.

Broadcasters, here's some new music and podcast series for your programs!

Community Broadcasters with an indigiTUBE account can use it to download new music for airplay. For a refresher on downloading content from your indigiTUBE Broadcaster account, check out the
Broadcasters Instructional Video for useful tips. If you require more assistance, please contact Paula Maling.

So many deadly new tracks dropping, check some of the latest here.



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