Briefing Document---Community Radio in India

IN Community Media | 12/09/2003
Briefing Document---Community Radio in India Edited Proceedings of an Internet Conference on The Hoot November 30, 2001 to February 10, 2002
Chapters   1. Community Radio
a. The concept
b. An overview of issues in the Indian context

2. India`s experiments with community participatory broadcasting
a. State sponsored projects
b. Civil society initiatives
 

3. International Scenario in Community Radio.
a.Experience of a research scholar
b. Some salient features of community radio in different countries

  4. Community Radio: the Macro Issues
a. Finance
b. Technical Requirements
c. Training
  5. Broadcast Laws in India
a. Background
b. Possibilities within existing framework
c. Policy interventions
d. Licensing
 

6.Critical Concerns

a. Implications for national security
b. Social empowerment with communication

Conclusions Appendices
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