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Here at Junee Community Network, we are often asked by Community Groups where they can promote their upcoming events and meetings; or to share news announcements.

Below is a list of media organisations and resources focusing on Junee and from around the Riverina and Southern NSW.

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Local Television

Local Television
  • Prime 7 What’s On
    Have your event listed on the Prime 7 website (sorted by Date) and provide a minimum of three weeks notice for consideration to be included on-air in the What’s On segment that is aired most weekday afternoons
  • Win News Riverina
    Email the WinNews Wagga News Desk with all your latest news.
  • Wagga Wagga TV
    A live 24/7 streaming service; offering shows, interviews and productions all about Wagga. Wagga Wagga TV can also help you produce your own TV Commerical (which can be used on other stations as well as the web) plus provide Live Stream services from your event.

 

Regional Radio

Regional Radio
  • ABC Radio — Riverina
    ABC Riverina have a number of talkback shows that have invited guests to talk about a variety of topics, including upcoming events and activities
  • 2AAA Community Radio
    A local community operated radio station that has been operating for over 40 years, with broadcast repeaters covering Wagga Wagga (107.1Mhz); Tatton, Bourkelands & Springvale (107.9Mhz); Gundagai and Coolamon (99.1Mhz) and Junee (97.9Mhz). Plenty of magazine (talkback) shows to promote your local event or activity
  • HIT 93.1 Riverina
    Part of Southern Cross Austereo, HIT 93.1 is home to many popular shows during breakfast, work and on the drive home
  • 2TVR – Sounds of the Mountains
    A community radio station covering the Snowy Valleys and Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council areas. The station operates 24 hours a day and provides a continuous and well supported service of announcing upcoming community events and lost & found items as well as providing a valuable forum for the local schools, churches, local interest groups, local community and local government groups and organisations to broadcast regular news and information.
  • Radio Upper Murray
    A small community radio station based at Walwa in North East Victoria that was established in 1994. They have studios in Walwa, Corryong and Tumbarumba (just south of Wagga Wagga, NSW), and broadcast a variety of radio programs, with a focus on locally produced programs run by and for the people of Upper Murray region.
  • TEM-FM
    Proudly serves Temora and surrounding districts.
  • 2MIA FM — The Local One
    Community radio station that broadcasts live and recorded programs across the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA), New South Wales, Australia.
  • Wagga’s Life FM 101.9
    Wagga Wagga radio’s non-denominational, Christian FM station. They broadcast mainstream and Christian contemporary music, and entertaining shows. Programs include lifestyle and current-affairs interviews and a series of popular inspirational segments. Their style is modern, lighthearted and family-friendly with a focus on the community
  • Radio 1RPH
    Radio 1RPH informs and entertains listeners across the Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Junee regions by turning print into sound. Each day volunteers read from the major daily newspapers, including the Canberra Times, and from popular international and Australian magazines, journals, serialised books and community newsletters. We also feature readings from The Daily Advertiser and The Southern Cross for listeners in Wagga Wagga and Junee.
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    Local Newspapers — Riverina & Southern NSW

    Local Newspapers — Riverina & Southern NSW
    • Junee Southern Cross
      Local newspaper covering news and events from Junee. Also have a Classified section and a number of advertsing options
    • Riverina Leader
      Wagga’s free weekly community newspaper. Published every Wednesday, it is distributed to residences in the city of Wagga Wagga. Has a comprehensive weekly Community Notices section listing events from around the Riverina
    • The Daily Advertiser — Wagga Wagga
      Published six days a week (Mon-Sat), The Daily Advertiser brings all the latest local news, opinions and everything that’s happening to readers in Wagga Wagga and surrounding districts.
    • The Rural
      An insert in the majority of Australian Community Media’s NSW newspaper publications — with a circulation of over 45,000 copies each week, it is an ideal choice for adverting events to a wider audience
    • The Senior
      With a monthly national readership of more than 1.3 million, Australian Senior Publications is the leader in delivering news and views to Australia’s rapidly-growing senior population. Through six state newspapers, mature Australians are kept informed about the issues that matter to them. Mature travellers look to The Senior Traveller for holiday options.
    • Cootamundra Herald
      Covers news and events in the Cootamundra area
    • Crookwell Gazette
      Covers news and events in the Crookwell
    • Harden Murrumburrah Express
      Covers news and events in the Harden Murrumburrah region
    • Muswellbrook Chronicle
      Covers news and events for Muswellbrook, Denman and Aberdeen. Also oversees the publication of the free weekly Hunter Valley News, which boasts a circulation of more than 18,000.
    • Griffith Area News
      Covers news and events for Griffith and surrounding districts. Has a dedicated form for submitting community notices and events
    • The Irrigator
      Covers news and events in the Leeton area and is published twice weekly — Tuesday and Friday
    • Town and Country Magazine
      Inserted into 16 rural and regional newspapers weekly. The coverage area of Town & Country Magazine is diverse — it covers infrastructural issues, the business sector and community affairs focussed around its town distribution.
    • The Land
      Weekly rural newspaper, with a blend of on-farm material, market reporting, analysis and hard-hitting comments

     

    Social Media

    Social Media
    • Junee: Community News and Info
      A community forum for Junee based local community groups, sporting associations, charities and businesses to promote any events or information about their organisation to the broader Junee Shire community.
    • Riverina Roundup
      Information about Markets, Fetes and Fund-raisers being held in the Riverina Area
    • Riverina Notice Board
      A noticeboard for community and charity events or fundraisers in the Riverina. Also covers community action and awareness campaigns
    • Riverina Promote Your Page
      Primarily a page to promote Riverina small businesses, but will also accept community events and activities.
    • Riverina Events
      A small Private Group where events in the Riverina may be promoted.
    • What’s On In Wagga and Surrounds
      A very active pages for promoting events in Wagga Wagga and the surrounding area. Posts are moderated, but are normally approved within 48-hours.

     

    Local Councils Event Websites

    Local Council Websites
    Most local council’s community event pages and calendars typically only feature events and activities that occur within their boundaries. However, when planning your own events, it is often useful to check out what is occurring around you to avoid conflicts or to consider entering into joint marketing campaigns.

    • Junee Shire Council Events Page
      The township of Junee also incorporates Junee North and the shire includes the villages and rural communities of Bethungra, Coursing Park, Dirnaseer, Eurongilly, Harefield, Illabo, Junee Reefs, Marinna, Old Junee, Wallacetown, Wantabadgery, and Yathella.
    • It’s On! in Coolamon Shire
      The Shire includes the towns of Ardlethan, Coolamon, and Ganmain, as well as the villages of Beckom, Matong, and Marrar. Coolamon Shire is part of the Canola Trail, a joint tourism campaign with Junee and Temora.
    • Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council maintains two Events sites — one for Cootamundra and another for Gundagai
      Brawlin, Coolac, Frampton, Muttama, Nangus, Stockinbingal, Tumblong, and Wallendbeen also form part of the Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional Council area.
    • Federation Shire — Discover the experience of the Corowa Region
      The main urban centres include Corowa and Mulwala, whilst localities in the area include Balldale, Boree Creek, Buraja, Coreen, Daysdale, Hopefield, Howlong, Lowesdale, Morundah, Oaklands, Rand, Rennie, Savernake and Urana.
    • Greater Hume Council Events Calendar
      Includes Holbrook, Culcairn, Brocklesby, Bungowannah, Burrumbuttock, Gerogery and Gerogery West, Henty, Jindera, Morven, Walbundrie and Walla Walla.
    • Giffith City Council Community Events
      In addition to Griffith and its’ suburbs of Collina, Driver, East Griffith, Mayfair, Mooreville, Murrumbidgee, North Griffith, Pioneer, South Griffith, West Griffith, and Wickhams Hill, the council region includes the towns of Beelbangera, Bilbul, Hanwood, Lake Wyangan, Tharbogang, Warburn, Widgelli, Willbriggie, Yenda, and Yoogali
    • Leeton’s Events
      Leeton’s suburbs include Gralee, North Leeton, Parkview, Wattle Hill, Willimbong, Wiradjuri, while the towns and villages of Amesbury, Corbie Hill, Fivebough, Gogeldrie, Merungle Hill, Murrami, Stanbridge, Stoney Point, Wamoon, Whitton, and Yanco are included within the shire.
    • Lockart Events
      Lockhart shire includes Lockhart, Mibrulong, Pleasant Hills, The Rock and Yerong Creek.
    • Narrandera What’s On
      The shire of Narrandera includes the town of Narrandera and the villages of Barellan, Binya and Grong Grong.
    • What’s On Temora
      In addition to the larger town of Temora, the shire includes the smaller towns of Ariah Park, Gidginbung, Narraburra, Sebastapol, Springdale, and Wallundry. Temora Shire is part of the Canola Trail, a joint tourism campaign with Junee and Coolamon.
    • Snowy Valleys Events & Festivals
      The major towns included within the Snowy Valleys Shire Council borders include Adelong, Batlow, Tumbarumba and Tumut; along with the villages of Brindabella, Brungle, Cabramurra, Gilmore, Grahamstown, Gocup, Jingellic, Khancoban, Killimicat, Little River, Rosewood, Talbingo, Tooma, Wondalga and Yarrangobilly.
    • Wagga Wagga Events
      The suburbs of the City of Wagga Wagga include Ashmont, Boorooma, Bomen, Bourkelands, Cartwrights Hill, East Wagga Wagga, Estella, Forest Hill, Glenfield Park, Gobbagombalin, Gumly Gumly, Kapooka, Kooringal, Lake Albert, Lloyd, Mount Austin, North Wagga Wagga, San Isidore, Springvale, Tatton, Tolland, Turvey Park, and Wagga Wagga itself; and other localities included in the Local Government Area include Alfredtown, Book Book, Collingullie, Downside, Euberta, Gregadoo, Ladysmith, Mangoplah, Oura, Rowan, Tarcutta, and Uranquinty.

     

    Event & Tourism Websites

    Events and Tourism Websites

     

    Advice for marketing your events (and actual organisation)

    Ideas, Advice & Tips
    • Tips on getting free exposure for your event
      Our Community provides a dozen tips on gaining attention for your group without spending money.
    • Getting a community service announcement
      Community Service Announcements (or CSAs) are short messages that promote a charitable cause, activity or event that is considered of service to the community. Many television and radio stations set aside time in which they broadcast CSAs free of charge and a lot of newspapers, particularly suburbans and regionals publish their version of CSAs in free community round-ups, “what’s on” columns or even as “filler” ads.
    • Marketing Your Group for Free
      Our Community provides a number of useful, and free, to promote your organisation
    • Marketing Your Special Event
      Thirty tips, provided by Our Community, covering Five Basics; Five Follow Ups; Five Extras; Five things not to forget on the day; Five novelties; and Five social media marketing tips
    • Writing a Media Release
      Competition for news space or air-time is always fierce when it comes to media coverage, and any ability you have to get your group’s story, event, announcement or message into the media – and out to the public – should be used to advantage. That is where a good media release can come to the fore.
    • Does your Apple User Group have a website?
      Although this article was originally targeted to Apple User Groups, there are some great tips for any community organisation to consider for use on their own website
    • Getting a Media Release Published!
      “The Media Release Basics” and the “10 ways to hook the media” are valuable advice for any organisation looking at getting a press release published.
    • Free ebook: Beginner’s Guide to Writing Powerful Press Releases
      Explains how to make your release appeal to your audience — whilst reminding you that the audience of a press release is usually NOT your customers, but rather journalists, who will use your press release to craft a story that will appeal to your customers.
    • How to write an effective press release
      Advice from The Guardian, an organisation that receives millions of press releases, on how to master the art of press releases
    • How to get press coverage for your small business
      Although the title suggests it if for small businesses only, this article from The Guardian provides many tips that community groups can utilise
    • The Mastery of Event PR: 5 Steps to Make Your Event Press-Worthy
    • The first of a three part series about becoming an expert at event PR. And it all starts with knowing who to target

    • The Mastery of Event PR: How to Craft a Riveting Press Release
      Eventbrite promotes thousands of events every year — their second article on Mastery of Event PR covers tips for an effective press release
    • The Mastery of Event PR: Beyond the Press Release
      In the final instalment of their Mastery of Event PR series, Eventbrite provides five steps to forge a positive relationship with the press

    Updates to this List???

    Is one of the links above broken or wrong?
    Do you have another Facebook Group you recommend, or a media outlet that you think should be included?

    Let us know, but using our Contact Form and set the subject to “Announcement List Update”