TEABBA, is a non for profit Organisation whose Project Objectives are to provide operational support for the 29 remote Indigenous broadcasting units in Aboriginal communities across the Top End of Australia. These Units are called Remote Indigenous Broadcasting Services (RIBS). These units house radio equipment. These services are available through a satellite system. Most RIBS have an operator who does local radio shows in their community. These shows are often in the local language, relaying community announcements, interviewing visiting Government departments, announcing the weather and involving the school children.
Most of these communities also have the ability to patch into the TEABBA Network allowing the RIBS operator to broadcast to the 29 Remote Communities across the Top End of Australia. These Network shows are hosted in English and local language. Some of these shows are used for National and International distribution.