A perfect time to get thirsty for social media skills.
Young and emerging broadcasters at the Conference can learn new reporting skills and styles by working with inspiring multicultural broadcasters from across Australia.
eChamps will deliver free training to broadcasters in online media which will add depth and reach to radio broadcasting.
Greater skills in social and digital media tools will assist the sustainability of independent broadcasters across Australia.
eChamps make the NEMBC Media Conference go live on a suite of social media, as well as blogging and live video.
Up to ten positions are available at each conference period. These positions are given to young and emerging multicultural broadcasters.
Our eChamp trainers for the NEMBC Conference:
Edgar has been an eChamps trainer since 2013. He is a trainer at Melbourne’s leading ethnic community station 3ZZZ. He coordinates the training of eChamps through training days and Skype sessions. eChamps skills in social media, effective reporting styles tailored to different media and creating digital content for social media. Edgar holds a diploma in Mass Communications and a Cert IV in Training and Education.
Jake Van Dam
Jake is an eChamp began at the NEMBC Youth Media Conference and Main Conference. He has been a keen team member and trainer eChamps in social and digital media reporting since 2017.
The technical requirements for this project are simple, a working venue Wi-Fi, which we have, and laptops, we have a few so if you don’t have one let us know.
NEMBC Media can provide some laptops and working venue Wi-Fi for this project.