Yolŋu Radio is one of the key media sources for Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land. Our broadcasts have a potential Yolŋu audience of up to 12,000 people. Fifteen of our 22 transmitter sites are remote homelands where Yolŋu Radio is the only media service freely available.
Yolŋu Radio Commercial Services
- Promote your business, services, activity or community message
- We provide outside broadcasting of festivals and events
- We can develop a longer radio program with you for more in-depth content you’d like to share with the Yolŋu (Yolngu) community
- We can provide translation services for you so that your message can be broadcast in Yolŋu languages as well as English
- We also have two high quality recording studios available for radio program or message development
Yolngu Radio can help us get important messages out across the Yolngu lands so that people can understand what is really going on here.Listener and community advocate, Milingimbi
This is one of the best mechanisms of sending a message to Yolngu people, of course it’s in their own language... and it’s terrific to see how the radio communicates and connects people right across Arnhem Land."Senator the Hon Nigel Scullion, Minister for Indigenous Affairs
Why choose Yolŋu Radio?
- Yolŋu Radio is one of the key media sources for Aboriginal people in Arnhem Land
- Our broadcasts have a potential Yolŋu audience of up to 12,000 people. Fifteen of our 22 transmitter sites are remote homelands where Yolŋu Radio is the only media service freely available.
- Our team includes emerging and experienced Aboriginal sound crew, radio presenters and programmers, and professional sound engingeers
- Our cross-cultural facilitators and language consultants are skilled in developing community information radio programs on a range of topics
- We have close relationships with Yolŋu communities and respect the Intellectual Property of traditional knowledge, stories and songs
- We have 10 years experience delivering quality community radio
- Our radio services are commonly used by the Australian Government, NT Government, local businesses and non-government organisations.