Department of Housing and Public Works visit QRAM

The Queensland Department of Housing and Public works came to have a look at QRAM this morning.  Black Star is widely used for information delivery by a range of federal and state Departments, who need to make sure remote area communities have access to services.

Martin Vinton, Renae Todd, Sarah Sheehan from the Department with QRAM's Gilmore Johnston

Martin Vinton, Renae Todd, Sarah Sheehan from the Department with QRAM’s Gilmore Johnston

QRAM’s Black Star network is highly effective at this delivery, able to target individual communities or any combination up to the full network of 13 stations across the Cape, Gulf and Western Queensland.

Principle Planning and Engagement Officer Renae Todd, along with colleges Sarah Sheehan and Martin Vinton took a brief tour of the facilities and were shown the unique systems and technology being deployed by QRAM for its radio network.

Renae and her team were impressed with the facilities and systems in place at QRAM and now have a detailed overview of the operations at Black Star Radio.

To find out more about the Black Star network, click here.

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