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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.
SYN acknowledges and pays respect to the owners of the land the House of SYN and studios stand, the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations. SYN also acknowledges and pays respect to the Elders and Traditional Owners of the lands our content reaches, as well as the radio stations we broadcast from across the country.