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Formed in 1978, PBA-FM conducted a successful test transmission in April 1981 and a full licence was granted in November 1982 with broadcasting commencing in 1983. Our original studios were based on the former University of South Australia Salisbury Campus but following the closure and sale of the campus we relocated to our new home […]
PBA-FM enables a diversity of interests to have a voice in the public life of our community. We provide a forum for many voices at a time when increasing numbers of people in the community may feel excluded or limited in their capacity to take part in the social, cultural and political life of their […]
Sponsorship on PBA-FM is a great way to promote your business, event or service. The diversity of programs on PBA-FM makes it easy to be as specific or broad in targeting an audience for your message including non-English speaking markets. We offer a number of packages to suit your needs and advertising budget so please […]
Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community radio station, to learn new skills or to develop existing skills. All volunteers are financial members and contribute in all areas of the station from on-air presentation, program production, administration, technical, research, library, training and promotions. If you would like to get involved please […]
We give the opportunity for members of the community to train in broadcasting and are fortunate to have an ‘army’ of volunteers from all walks of life who present programmes as diverse as the local community. Our volunteers contribute to the operation of the station by working on a regular basis in various areas including […]
PBA-FM is a community radio station providing entertainment, information and access programs to the local community broadcasting from the TWELVE25 Youth Enterprise Centre in Salisbury. Broadcasting around 70 diverse and locally produced programs. We give the opportunity for members of the community to train in broadcasting and are fortunate to have an ‘army’ of volunteers […]