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At Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Media we record stories, interviews and meetings, produce and record music and run Radio 5NPY broadcasting across the APY Lands. All are designed to keep Anangu informed of the work of organisations on the APY Lands and the world around us and to keep people happy with a diverse collection of music and other audio content for broadcast on the radio. PY Media also provide audio and text translation services.

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A caravan of camels seen on the Amata-Umuwa Road on the APY Lands (near Happy Valley Homeland) on a very hot day over 40 degrees. Thursday 17th January 2019. ... See MoreSee Less

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PY Media met with Liam Tunkin from Amata this week to assess his suitability for joining the Radio 5NPY team of RIBS Operators (Radio Announcers or Broadcasters). Liam has a love of music and is keen to develop his skills as a radio announcer and interviewer. In the coming weeks Liam will start his training in Amata at the Radio 5NPY studio in the Family Wellbeing Centre compound. If you would like to be interviewed on radio about your life or share your stories, go and speak with Liam. He will need people and organisations to interview in the coming weeks! ... See MoreSee Less

5 days ago

PY Media met with Liam Tunkin from Amata this week to assess his suitability for joining the Radio 5NPY team of RIBS Operators (Radio Announcers or Broadcasters). Liam has a love of music and is keen to develop his skills as a radio announcer and interviewer. In the coming weeks Liam will start his training in Amata at the Radio 5NPY studio in the Family Wellbeing Centre compound. If you would like to be interviewed on radio about your life or share your stories, go and speak with Liam. He will need people and organisations to interview in the coming weeks!

 

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This photo was taken late in the afternoon on the road between Amata and Umuwa on Thursday 17th January 2018. The camels were seen about 10 kilometres out of Amata moving at a slow speed in the hot afternoon sun with temperatures at about 39 degrees. ... See MoreSee Less

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This photo was taken late in the afternoon on the road between Amata and Umuwa on Thursday 17th January 2018. The camels were seen about 10 kilometres out of Amata moving at a slow speed in the hot afternoon sun with temperatures at about 39 degrees.
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