CBA just won ‘most engaging radio’ award at CMAA in Australia

CBA’s chief executive, Phil Guyan, accepted the award at the annual CMAA conference this week in Queensland, Australia.

A CBA Easter radio programme has been honoured at the CMAA CONNECT17 Conference in Queensland, Australia this week.

Phil Guyan accepted the award for ‘most engaging radio’ for CBA’s 10-part time-travelling radio drama, Newstalk 33AD, which aired throughout Good Friday nationwide on Newstalk ZB.

About the award

Christian Media & Arts Australia (CMAA) exists to see the hope of Jesus communicated to Australia & beyond.

The awards are presented at their annual conference where Christian media professionals share insights on effectively communicating the Christian faith.

…this programme retells the story of Easter in a fresh and engaging way.Phil Guyan
Phil Guyan was delighted to accept the award, saying “We’re all about creative approaches to evangelism and this programme retells the story of Easter in a fresh and engaging way.

“Mostly, we’re stoked that this award is giving CBA profile across the Tasman, which is opening doors to loads of significant radio stations throughout Australia.”

The ‘most engaging radio’ award was sponsored by learnradio.com.au.

Newstalk ZB newsreader Bernadine Oliver-Kerby voiced much of the programme.

About the programme

The hourly Newstalk 33AD bulletins transported listeners through time and space to hear how a radio station might have covered the crucifixion of Jesus as a developing news story.

To listen to the full series click here.

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