Why have policies?

As a community radio station, Alpine Radio must comply with the requirements of the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA) Codes of Practice.

You will find here a list of the policies and procedures we have developed to meet our license conditions and the Codes of Practice. You can download all the policies below.

We will add policies to the website as they are endorsed by the Committee of Management. You can find a copy of the current Codes of Practice from the CBAA website.


CODE 1 – GOVERNANCE

Governance
Code of Conduct
Complaints Handling (External Parties)
Internal Conflict
​IT Acceptable Use
Membership​​ (refer to Constitution)

CODE 3 – GENERAL PROGRAMMING

Emergency Broadcasting
Programming
​Privacy

CODE 4 – INDIGENOUS PROGRAMMING

Indigenous Programming
​Indigenous Cultural Protocols

CODE 5 – AUSTRALIAN MUSIC

Music

CODE 6 – SPONSORSHIP

Sponsorship
Paid Political Sponsorship

If you would like more information or have a question about Alpine Radio’s policies, please contact the Secretary.

DOWNLOAD A COPY OF ALPINE RADIO’S CONSTITUTION

Alpine Radio’s constitution was updated following our AGM on 11th October 2018 and lodged with Consumer Affairs Victoria. The constitution documents our formal rules under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012. Click here to download a copy of the updated constitution.

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