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FRAIM Workshops and Awards

Photo: From left to right – Student Sean Leeway, Lecturer Rebecca McLean, Senior Lecturer Evelyn Schaber, BIITE-CALL Project Manager Angela Harrison, Student Dianna Ross, Student Victor Weetra, Student Daryl Ware Certificate IV Screen and Media students attended the ICTV- Indigenous C
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Congratulations Jennetta

(l-r) Jennetta Quinn Bates, Early Childhood Lecturer Melinda Noe, co-host Peter Miller Jennetta Quinn Bates a CUA41215 Cert IV Screen and Media student from BIITE has just landed herself a job with the ABC working out of the Alice Springs Bureau. Jennetta will be taking up the positio
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Screen & Media Success in Alice Springs

(from left) Jennifer Connelly, Cynthia Bourke, Roma Butler (right) Lorena Walker In the first semester of this year, the (CUA31015) Certificate III in Screen and Media was delivered in Alice Springs at the Desert Peoples Centre (DPC) Campus. It was the first time in many years the cou
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New students develop skills, knowledge and confidence at Batchelor Institute

Batchelor Institute, Alice Springs, warmly welcomes all the students undertaking courses here on the Desert Knowledge Precinct in 2018. Among the courses on campus last week were Screen and Media which included students from a number of the Indigenous Media organisations in Alice Spri
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Media student excels in national broadcast

Nazareth Alfred (left) was an instrumental part of the national live broadcast for NAIDOC Week   Batchelor Institute media student Nazareth Alfred was a part of the National Indigenous Television (NITV) team that broadcast live the National NAIDOC Awards from Cairns to viewers ac
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Meet Indigenous media’s next generation

2017 Batchelor Institute media students with lecturers Patrick McKenzie and Gary Haslett   Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students have converged at Batchelor Institute to begin their studies in screen and media. Australia’s Indigenous media outlets play a valuable role in
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Media Student Shines at National Remote Indigenous Media Awards

Batchelor Institute media course alumni and broadcaster Maxwell Tasman has taken out two major awards at the recent National Remote Indigenous Media Festival. Mr Tasman, who completed his Certificate III in Media (Radio) this year, currently broadcasts from his community of Lajamanu o
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Dr Stephen Hagan joins Batchelor Institute

Dr Stephen Hagan, Senior Lecturer, Creative Industries, presents Charmaine Ingram with the CAAMA Award In recognition of outstanding achievement in Broadcasting or Media Studies. Image: Chelsea Heaney   Kullilli Traditional Owner, Leading academic, former diplomat, businessman an
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