• Community Radio ..Radio's New Incarnation
    of Rudi no Radio, though we will deal with this later. In this station listeners groups are motivated to participate in the programmes by who are called village leaders. India In India, the campaign to legitimize community radio began in the mid 1990s, soon after the Supreme Court of India ruled...
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  • Radio in India
    2001 is catering to the diverse needs of the Indian population. There are three types of radio stations in the country * State Owned Radio * Community Radio * Commercial radio STATE OWNED RADIO: ALL INDIA RADIO The government radio station comes under Prasar Bharti. In India, Prasar...
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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development
    On 16 November 2006, the government of India notified new Community Radio Guidelines which permit NGOs and other civil society organizations to own and operate community radio stations. About 4,000 community radio licenses are on offer across India, according to government sources. By 30 November...
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  • Oksqkps
    campus community radio operating from Anna University in Chennai, Tamilnadu. This was launched on 1 February 2004. Activity 10.2 Find out the other community radio stations in India and the cities in which they are located. MODULE - 3 Radio Notes MASS COMMUNICATION 133 MODULE - 3...
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  • fm broadcasting
    Community Radio Internet Radio Sales Alliances Players going Niche All India Radio (AIR), covers 91% of India's area and reaches 99% of India’s population Radio Mirchi leads the overall market with share in revenue terms in excess of 40% Big FM leads in terms of highest number of stations...
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  • Community Radio
    Information, Freedom of Expression, Food Security, Gender issues etc. The experience of Sangam Radio in India is a case in point. Sangam Radio India is India’s first grass root community radio station to go on air. It is also the country’s first Dalit Radio managed by the Community Media Trust – a team...
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  • Role of Radio in Rural Development
    and citizens groups to establish community radio stations. All India Radio services is gradually being broken. The Breaking of a monopoly was fine but what next? Indian broadcasting experienced same dilemma experienced by European countries in 1980;s where public broadcasting system had taken deep...
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  • History Of Radio Broadcast in India
    programmes from Sound Archives, Programme Exchange Library, Radio Serials, Lessons on Languages and on Community Singing Songs, which are received from Community Singing Song cell of Directorate General of All India Radio and outstanding programmes requisitioned by various stations and also contributed by...
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  • Media Economics & Global Marketplace
    . film industry--film studios. Limited competition - aka monopolistic competition - a media market with many producers and sellers but only a few differentiable products within a category. For example, radio stations: there are various independently owned radio channels in India; however, most of these...
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  • Radio Analysis
    broadcasting started in 1927 in India at Mumbai and Kolkata with two privately owned transmission stations which were later on acquired by the government. In July 1999 the government allowed the private players to enter FM radio broadcasting sector in India. However, since the introduction of Television in...
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  • Ravi Here
    Kiran TV Malayalam Music Channel Sun TV Network has many FM radio stations based in India Tamil FM Stations Radio Station Area Frequency Suryan FM Chennai 93.5 MHz Suryan FM Coimbatore 93.5 MHz Suryan FM Madurai 93.5 MHz Suryan FM Pondicherry 93.5 MHz Suryan FM Tirunelveli...
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  • Indian Radio
    also for community development. Going by the International benchmark, even 150 stations across India is a sustainable proposition. There are more than 6000 radio stations in US and even a developing country like Nigeria has 18 FM stations. In most markets, radio manages to garner around 4-5% of...
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  • India Radio Advertising Industry
    of Information and Broadcasting under the Government of India - is the largest player in the industry. 1.2 History of Indian Radio Industry For more than 4 decades, the Government of India did not permit private radio stations to broadcast in India. Then history changed its course. In 1993, the...
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  • Mysite
    well as some other Asian countries. Sri Lanka, Nepal, India and the Philippines are among the countries that have been running different models1 of community radio stations with a significant degree of success in terms of raising public awareness and promoting dialogue, widening media pluralism and...
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  • Marketing Management
    Mirchi is very long and exciting. The station which is under ENIL(Entertainment Network India Limited) was established in 1999. The brand endorses the idea of Fun, Interactive, High on Energy, High spirited, Enthusiastic radio channel. The brand Mirchi is targeted to range of 18-34 years of age-group...
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  • Disaster Management
    popular in India as a creative hobby and there are around 15,000 licensed Amateur Radio Operators (Hams) in India. Amateur Radio is an unbeatable way of learning about radio communications, and not only will you learn much, but you would also be able to help at the time of emergency. Licensed...
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  • Effectiveness of Radio Advertisment
     commitments within their permit. In the UK, the radio industry regulator  Of com are looking to establish a third tier of radio, called community radio. These radio stations will be fairly small and run by community groups.The first radio broadcasts aired in the early 1900’s. However, it wasn’t...
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  • Coai - Mobile Radiation
    Cellular Operators Association of India EMF Radiations and Alleged Health Hazards March 2008 CONTENTS S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 PARTICULAR INTRODUCTION ROLE OF CELLULAR MOBILE TELEPHONY EMF RADIATIONS AND ALLEGED HEALTH HAZARDS ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM RADIO FREQUENCY SAFETY GUIDELINES...
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  • The Radio Pakistan
    project supported by the British government, it aims to increase the capacity of FM radio stations in NWFP by training their staff in developing citizen-based programming. The purpose of the international community in these areas is clear: to use these radios to reach out to the local communities...
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  • Role of Community Radio in Community Development
    involve more in the community radio for their community development. Need for the Study: The Community Development Programme, which had its august inauguration in 1952 six years after the independence of our country— is a landmark in the history of the development of rural India and, at the same...
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