CAAMA, along with TEABBA and Blackstar Radio held a joint Wide Area Network [WAN] workshop in Darwin recently.

WAN is a two-way highway that offers an up to date station monitoring and program support service, and because it’s a two-way highway, local content can be fed back into the network for use by other broadcasters, and maintenance issues not related to equipment can be resolved via the internet.

The joint workshop enabled TEABBA to install its first WAN/Zetta at the Batchelor Institute.

The below photos in the slideshow were all taken at the WAN workshop, with more exciting developments to the station in upcoming weeks.

All photos: Allan Nielson / CAAMA