Role Of All India Radio Essays and Term Papers

  • 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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  • 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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  • 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 – and relies...

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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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  • 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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  • Hi, I Just Wanna Read Man

    130 In India usually media is owned by the both government and private cooperation’s for example, Doordarshan is owned by a branch of government Prasar Bharati. This network is found by government of India in 1959. Government also owned some radio station under this network for, example all India radio...

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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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  • Du Journalism Syllabus

    |Communication Research Methods | |Paper-20 |Radio And TV Production | |Semester VI ...

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  • Ba Mass Communication First Year Notes

    Newspapers 7. Bengal Gazette/Hickey’s Gazette/ Origin of Newspapers in India 8. Role of newspapers in India’s struggle for Independence 9. Broadcast Media – Origin and Development 10. Functions of Media 11. Role of Media in Society 12. Three Media Theories – Authoritarian, Libertarian...

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  • Road Accident'

    Ham Radio is also know as Amateur radio.It is a community of people that use radio transmitters and receivers to communicate with other Amateur radio operators. If you were to ask a dozen different amateurs what ham radio meant to them chances are you would get 12 different answers. Amateur radio operators...

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  • Green Fm

    FM RADIO – AN UNTAPPED OPPORTUNITY FOR GREEN ADVERTISING C.RAJALAKSHMI * Dr. R.SENAPATHI ** *Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies Adhiparasakthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur. Email: vijiguhan@gmail.com **Director, Department of Management Studies, Adhiparasakthi Engineering...

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  • Communication Facilities for Disaster Management

    Facilities for Disaster Management Ham Radio Ham Radio is also know as Amateur radio.It is a community of people that use radio transmitters and receivers to communicate with other Amateur radio operators. If you were to ask a dozen different amateurs what ham radio meant to them chances are you would...

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  • Public Service Broadcasting

    public service broadcasting due to high viewership and resulting revenues, its importance cannot be undermined in India. Before talking about the role of public service broadcasting in India, it is essential to understand the meaning of such broadcasting in clear terms. Unlike private commercial broadcasting...

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  • Mayank

    of India. NIC: National Informatics Centre (NIC) is a premiere Science & Technology organization of the Government of India in this field. It functions through a nationwide information and communication technology (ICT) network called NICNET. 30 Modes for Emergency Communication RADIO COMMUNICATIONS ...

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  • Radio

    to mean to relay programmes by wireless to the owners of radio sets. Now every country has its own radio-station from where all sorts of programmes are broadcast to the nation and to the world at large. Out of the many advantages of Radio broadcasting, a few important ones are being given here....

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  • Comaparitive study on Environmental awareness: india and Germony

    A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS AND ENVIRONMENTALLY BENEFICIAL BEHAVIOR IN INDIA Hannah Hoerisch, April 2002 for CMS ENVIS Centre Contents 1. Introduction 1 2. Objectives 3 3. Methodology 3 Part I Factors contributing to the level of environmental awareness 4....

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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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  • Role of Instructional Technology in Training

    Language in India www.languageinindia.com 322 11 : 4 April 2011 Muhammad Ashraf Malik, Muhammad Aslam Adeeb, Akhtar Ali, Aijaz Ahmed Gujjar, and Hassan Danial Aslam Role of Instructional Technology in Training for NFBE Teachers in Pakistan LANGUAGE IN INDIA Strength for Today and Bright Hope for...

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  • Rural Advrtisenment

    INTRODUCTION- The India is much admired country in growing of population it goes beyond 1.22 million, out of this near about 75 % people resides in rural areas. Though the proportion of rural population is showing a slight decrease over the years, but in absolute numbers, the rural population is...

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  • farfrae

    Community effects of Radio in Lutsaan The present authors conducted a case study of the effects of entertainment – education radio in village Lutsaan, Uttar Pradesh State, Starting in 1997. Our study showed that radio programmes can create a climate for social change by stimulating inter-personal...

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