Access Internet Radio is an exciting collaboration amongst New Zealand's Community Access Broadcasters to make their rich and diverse content available to the world.
The project was founded in 2006 by Kedron Parker - the then General-Manager of Access Radio Wellington. Kedron had a visionary dream of the Community Access sector collaborating to create a vibrant, diverse online community that could help connect under-served sections of our society.
Seeing the exciting posibilities, our corporate partner Phil Grey (Community Radio Hamilton), Mike Williams (Fresh FM) and Gareth Watkins (Access Radio Wellington) jumped on board. Add to the mix a substantial grant from the government's Digital Strategy Community Partnership Fund and the project began to fly.
Now three years on, the Access Internet Radio platform is being managed by Phil Grey, General-Manager of Community Radio Hamilton. It is being funded in part by NZ On Air and supports seven Community Access radio stations.
Access Internet Radio is a testament to creativity, colloboration and vision.
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