On 14 December 1988, 4ZZZ was taken off air and forcibly evicted from its UQ premises by the then student union executive, headed by one Victoria Brazil. The move prompted many previously apolitical students to take a firm stand against the move and to rally support for the station. While Zed was not to return to the premises its' volunteers had helped hand-build, unprecedented community support saw the station live to fight another day.
Volunteering, Internships and Training
4ZZZ has a wide variety of jobs that need doing, and there's many ways that you can contribute. We're confident you'll make many new friends and meet interesting people plus in time learn valuable skills or gain work experience.
To volunteer at 4ZZZ:
- Return it to the 4ZZZ at email@example.com or drop into the station and fill one out!
4ZZZ offers unpaid internships at its studios at 264 Barry Parade Fortitude Valley. The internship program is designed to provide students, recent graduates and 4ZZZ members with an opportunity to learn about broadcasting and support the work of 4ZZZ.
Read more and find further information on applying for 4ZZZ Media Internships in the Internships section of our website - http://www.4zzzfm.org.au/internships
Have you dreamed of becoming an announcer on 4ZZZ, or maybe you'd just like to learn more about community media? 4ZZZ provides many training opportunities for community members.
Read more and find further information on applying for 4ZZZ Announcer Training in the Be On The Radio section of our website - http://www.4zzzfm.org.au/beontheradio
(Training offered by 4ZZZ in-house is open to everyone in the community, however access for popular training programs is prioritised toward current, financial subscribers and station volunteers.)