For Donatelife week TEABBA Broadcasters have been doing live reads during their show with Key Messages read out Live in Support to Donatelife week and into the lead up for TEABBA Crews OB’s

 

On the 4th of August the TEABBA Crew held an outside broadcast at the Dinila Dilba Health Clinic in Palmerston to support Donatelife week it was a 2hr broadcast with Team Leader Jason Tambling and Broadcasters Brendon Barlow and Lee Hewitt, we had plenty of give a ways and a interview with the Diabetes Educator Vanessa Corpus on the importance of keeping healthy and fit we also had the opportunity to speak with the Dinila Dilba health clinics educator on various clinic support groups. During this broadcast we had several (Key Messages) read out over the duration of the broadcast and several (Audio Messages) played throughout the show. Overall this broadcast was a successful show with plenty of information getting out into the Palmerston audiences and across the TEABBA footprint.

 

On the 5th of August the TEABBA Crew also held another OB at the Royal Darwin Hospital to Support the Donatelife week it was a 2 and half hour broadcast with Team Leader Jason Tambling and Broadcasters Brendon Barlow, Bernard Namok and Lee Hewitt. The OB was set up right where the RDH entrance is so we had plenty of people coming up throughout the entire broadcast asking questions and how they can donate, we also had the Donatelife crew cooking up a yummy free sausage sizzle and veggie patties throughout the whole OB they even supplied orange juice & apple juice which I thought was a fantastic idea to get people aware of the importance of Donating an organ or tissues. Throughout this broadcast we had the opportunity to speak with 2 organ recipients a mother who lost her son through a motor bike accident and her being able to donate his organs which I found was so heart touching we also had the opportunity to speak with a Donate life nurse and Educator. During this OB we had several (Key Messages) read out over the duration of the broadcast and several (Audio Messages) played throughout the show. Overall I think that this OB was a successful Show with plenty of interaction with the public and also the Donatelife Staff giving out all the right information to those who have been unaware of what Donatlife is all about.