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Community Broadcasting (Communication & Media Studies) Paperback – 1 Jan 2004


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In the developing world, radio will remain the major channel for lifelong learning. Since rural penetration of the Internet is still distant possibility and will remain so for quite sometime yet, radio looks set to reign as the most effective current medium for rural mass education and communication. This book explores the use of radio in community communication, agricultural extension, instructional broadcasting, and distance education through a stellar collection of papers presented in conferences, training programmes, and seminars. In particular, it looks at how technological advancement and the convergence of technologies will influence the manner in which community broadcasting is going to be carried out in the future.

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