Community Radio Stations India Perspetive Essays and Term Papers

  • 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 will not...

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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 cost,...

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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 achieved...

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  • Oksqkps

    MODULE - 3 Radio The Radio Station 10 Notes THE RADIO STATION Have you ever visited a radio station? If you haven’t, let us find out how it is. You may be familiar with conducted tours if you have visited some place of tourist importance like the Taj Mahal in Agra or Qutab Minar in Delhi...

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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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  • fm broadcasting

    FM Radio Broadcasting Industry - India December 2009 Executive Summary Market Radio stations generated a revenue of INR 8 bn in 2008 ; expected to reach INR 18 bn by 2012 Share of radio advertising was 3.3 % in 2008; expected to reach 4% in 2012 Most stations use same level of genre of content...

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  • Role of Radio in Rural Development

      November 2002: All India Radio is celebrating 75 years of its existence. Judit Waler, an authority on radio broadcasting, called radio the 'fifth estate'. She believed that radio is an extension of the press as far as its social functions are concerned, an effective mass which can inform, entertain...

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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 through the air...

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  • Radio Analysis

    Advertising on the radio started first in the US in 1920; this marked the beginning of commercial radio services. Radio broadcasting stations provided scheduled programs of lectures, news bulletins and other recreational and informative material Radio broadcasting started in 1927 in India at Mumbai and Kolkata...

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  • Media Economics & Global Marketplace

    Common structures Monopoly - a single firm dominates production and distribution, either nationally or locally. Eg: a city with one newspaper or tv station. More prevalent at the local level. Oligopoly - just a few firms dominate the industry. e.g. film industry--film studios. Limited competition - aka...

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  • Ravi Here

    Red Fm Prepared by :- Ravikiran Maganti  1. Company Introduction SUN MEDIA Sun Networks is an Indian media company based in Chennai, India owned by Kalanidhi Maran. It has been named as Asia's most profitable media corporations and the largest TV network. Sun TV network is often known for...

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  • Mysite

    COMMUNITY RADIO MOVEMENT IN BANGLADESH: WILL THEY WORK AS CITIZENS’ MEDIA? By Mohammad Sahid Ullah Associate Professor Department of Communication and Journalism Chittagong University, Chittagong, Bangladesh Email: ullah_sahid@yahoo.co.uk Abstract: Community radio as the citizens’ media is capable...

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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 economic...

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  • Marketing Management

    A0101911281,B-44 parikshitsharma.1988@gmail.com +91-9910604577 Co-Author Details: Arjun Kohli Manager Co-operation Sales Entertainment Network India Limited +91-9811113558 arjun_18@hotmail.com Table of Contents Topic Page No. 1. Executive Summary 3 ...

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  • Indian Radio

    Radio has made a comeback in the lifestyles of Indians. Radio has the reputation of being the oldest and the cheapest medium of entertainment in India. The radio industry has been completely reshaped by the various private players that entered the sector after the government allowed foreign investment...

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  • Effectiveness of Radio Advertisment

    MAJOR RESEARCH PROJECT On “A study on effectiveness of radio advertisements (of fm channels tuning in Indore city) in terms of awareness and sales” Submitted to: ...

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  • The Radio Pakistan

    The Radio Pakistan Pakistan Broadcasting Corporation (PBC) As observed in the case of television, the state maintained a position of monopoly in the radio sector until the2002 liberalisation of the media and PEMRA’s emergence as a broadcasting licences-awarding authority. Sincethen, there has been...

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  • India Radio Advertising Industry

    anywhere, they are built on the key communication points that motivate sales. Radio is entirely a medium of sound, which evokes smells, sensations and visual images which brings the listeners imaginations into play. Radio advertising is one of the tools of advertising which is effectively used for...

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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 INDEPENDENT...

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  • Disaster Management

    PREFACE The Indian subcontinent has a tropical climate and unstable landforms. India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh are prone to natural disasters of various kinds on a continual basis. Coupled with high population density, poverty, illiteracy and lack of infrastructure, the natural disasters kill thousands...

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