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SYN is a media organisation run by a community of young people that provides training and broadcast opportunities for young Australians.
Access: SYN provides open access for all young people to participate in its community.
Independence: SYN produces content free from commercial and other external pressures.
Participation: SYN supports young people to take charge of media creation, training and governance.
Diversity: SYN actively encourages a range of youth perspectives, cultures and ideas.
Innovation: SYN celebrates quality, and supports creativity and flexibility in its programming and operations.
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