inDigiMOB is about improving digital inclusion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote Northern Territory communities. It does this by forming partnerships with communities and local organisations and making available a suite of resources that communities can take advantage of according to their needs.
Anindilyakwa Music Program have a brand-new recording studio in the community of Angurugu. Joewah Wilson is busy heading the program, touring with Groote Eylandt bands and recording and mixing albums in the studio.
Bush Fit Mob is an Anindilyakwa Land Council funded program whose focus is to engage Groote Eylandt youth in meaningful and sporting, cultural and recreational opportunities.
Karningaba! Yarna yarnimamalya ena-langwa Ayangkidarrba akwa Amakalyakba-langwa yarna yirriyangbina-ma Anindilyakwa ayakwa.
In 1989 TEABBA was set up to work with, and provide support for, the 30 BRACS communities in the Northern Territory. The network was set up to promote broadcasting from studios at the community level.
The TEABBA network is managed and operated by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander broadcasters. The network broadcasts in various languages and music styles, reflecting the diversity of its audience and coverage area. TEABBA provides Groote Eylandt Broadcasting with technical expertise, networks and