Over the winter months, some of the CBA team have been busy building a recording booth at our office in industrial Penrose. For 22 years CBA has operated without our own studio. This has meant that we often need to hire a private studio to record various programmes, adding significant cost as well as needing to work around other people’s …
CBA recently awarded scholarships to three exceptional young Christians to help launch their media careers.
For years, CBA has been providing short radio ‘programmettes’ to stations across the country to help enhance their Fathers’ Day celebrations.
We’re delighted to announce that CBA has won another three trophies at the New York Festivals World’s Best Radio Programs℠ 2017.
We’re proud to announce that we’ve won Best Children’s Programme at this year’s NZ Radio Awards. Number One… Again! Every Christmas morning, to kick off our regular Christmas day broadcast on Newstalk ZB, we’ve produced a dedicated kids show. This year at the NZ Radio Awards ceremony on the 8th of June 2017, we secured the honour of Best Children’s …
Joy Reid is a regular on our TV screens, as a 1 NEWS reporter. We interviewed Joy about her involvement with CBA, and the impact of receiving a scholarship on her life and career…
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.
Our CEO, Phil Guyan, has recorded this video message to say “Thank You” for making our programming possible on NZ’s leading secular talk networks.
In the last 15 years, we’ve halved global poverty. During our Good Friday morning programme on Newstalk ZB, Sam & Julia Bloore interviewed Chris Clarke from World Vision. Whilst some of the outlook has been remarkably positive, we still have enormous challenges ahead of us. Listen to more highlights from our Easter 2017 broadcasts by clicking here.
Greg Fleming from The Parenting Place chatted with Petra Bagust and Ido Drent on Newstalk ZB about why Good Friday is considered to be “good”.