• Community radio ..radio's new incarnation
    Community radio………..Radio’s new incarnation Broadcasting in India is speedily shifting its profile. Indian radio is currently changing from being a government monopoly to highly-commercialized broadcasting. But this media needs to be democratized too. Privatization and total deregulation
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  • Community radio and darjeeling district
    Community radio and Darjeeling District SUBHRAJYOTI KUNDU Abstract: India has so far clearly given half-hearted treatment to public service, community, educational and development broadcast networks as well as has been quite a latecomer to the promising channel of people empowerment through
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  • Radio in india
    RADIO IN INDIA Despite deep penetration of Television, Internet and other sources of infotainment, Radio, maintains its unique position as the companion of common man world-wide. One can enjoy the radio anytime anywhere. It’s affordable, within reach and very participatory. The low production cos
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  • Community radio: a catalyst for extension activities
    COMMUNITY RADIO: A CATALYST FOR EXTENSION ACTIVITIES [pic] A Research Paper Presented @ World Congress on Research and Development @ Ebitimi Banigo Auditorium, University Of Port Harcourt, Nigeria between February 10 & 11, 2010 [pic] BY ADETOLA S. ADESEGUN, MCPN, MIMIM AGRIC MEDI
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  • Community radio
    A Case for Community Broadcasting Ashish Sen Vice President AMARC & Trustee, VOICES Community Radio in the Asia-Pacific region confronts a paradoxical scene. The good news is that community voice is increasingly being acknowledged as a critical instrument for poverty eradication, good governance and
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  • Role of community radio in community development
    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Aim: To analyze how effectively the community radio can be used for the community development. Objectives: • To identify how far the community radio has played its role in creating awareness about the local issues such as social, environment and
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  • Role of community radio in community development
    ROLE OF COMMUNITY RADIO IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT By Saad Ullah Khan Research Scholar, Department of Mass Communication Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh 202002,U.P., India Email: saadgeneration84@yahoo.co.in ABSTRACT: India became independent on 15 August 1947.Though, after Independence we achie
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  • Community radio
    Role of Community Radio What is Community Radio? The expression Community Radio has been defined in different ways. It has been called a local radio, people's radio, democratic radio, and so on. Community radio is a form of local radio which defines itself as an autonomous entity – an
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  • Media and radio in india
    Media and Radio: India is the world’s second largest nation but the world’s largest democracy and is the 7nth largest country by geographic area. The country is divided into 28 states and has endless diversity in the nation culturally linguistically and even genetically . Although Hindi is
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  • Radio stations in the philippines
    Frequency | Name | Website | Format | Call Sign | Live Stream | Covered Location | 558 AM | DZXL Radyo Mo Nationwide! 558 | [1] | News, and Public Affairs/Talk | DZXL | [2] | Metro Manila | 594 AM | Super Radyo DZBB 594 | GMA News Online | News and Public Affairs/Talk | DZBB | DZBB Live Onlin
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  • Community radio and women empowerment
    1. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Women work two-thirds of the world’s working hours but yet earn only 10 percent of the world’s income. They constitute two-thirds of the world’s population but own less than 1 percent of the world’s property and make up two-thirds of the estimated 876 million adul
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  • Resurrection of radio in india
    Resurrection of Radio in India Contributed by : Hardeep S. Chandpuri Friends, do you remember the button marked ‘FM’ that all of us had on our old ‘Made- in-Japan’ 2-in-1’s, I mean when you turned it on, one could just hear the hissing sound and nothing else. And how could you forge
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  • India radio advertising industry
    Executive Summary Advertising in general expresses the positioning. Powerful advertising is the result of powerful planning. Great ideas and great ad campaigns don’t just pop out from anywhere, they are built on the key communication points that motivate sales. Radio is entirely a medium of
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  • History Of Radio Broadcast in India
     INTRODUCTION TO RADIO Radio is wireless transmission of signals, by modulation of electromagnetic waves with frequencies. Electromagnetic radiation travels by means of oscillating electromagnetic fields that pass...
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  • Community television
    Community broadcasting: its requisite role in modern media Introduction The Australian community broadcasting sector is host to numerous broadcasting stations within the areas of television and radio. Run mostly by volunteers, these stations are non-profit organisations that were founded on and
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  • Radio
    KEY ISSUES AND CHALLANGES In the third phase of FM radio broadcasting in India, the government plans to issue licenses for 680 FM radio stations across 237 cities in the country, mostly very small towns like Achalpur, Bettiah and Churu. Experts have already cast a doubt on the wisdom of this init
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  • Pwc india media outlook 2010
    Indian entertainment and media outlook 2010 2 Indian entertainment and media outlook 2010 Message To our clients and friends both in and beyond the entertainment and media industry : Welcome to the 2010 edition of PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Indian Entertainment and Media (E&M) Outlook, co
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  • Radio production
    1. Program planning involves: identifying the most critical needs of clientele, projecting needs of clientele, knowing our ability to respond to clientele needs, planning and delivering programs to address needs, evaluating the outcome of our efforts, and reporting that outcome back to partners, s
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  • Major causes of falling arpu of telcos in india
    Telecom Telecommunication is one of the prime-support services needed for rapid growth and modernisation of various sectors of the economy. Telecom services have been recognised as an important tool for socio-economic development of a nation. In recent years, it has become more important because
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  • Radio for education in bd
    History of Radio in Bangladesh_ Bangladesh Betar (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ বেতার) or BB is the state-owned radio broadcasting organisation of Bangladesh. It was also known as Radio Bangladesh between 1975 and 1996. Radio transmission in the region now forming Bangladesh started i
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