TEABBA (Top End Aboriginal Bush Broadcasting Association) is described. It is a unique and expanding indigenous radio network which reaches 28 aboriginal communities scattered over the top end of Australia's Northern Territory. Its support base BRACS (Broadcasting Remote Aboriginal Scheme) is discussed, the establishment and history of the network is covered, and future plans are explained.
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