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Community broadcasting

Community radio

Journal article

RO-TV: process and participation

RO-TV is a community television program, produced in collaboration with Rotary WA that demonstrates the ideals and objectives of community media. This paper discusses the pilot series of RO-TV in both a theoretical and practical sense.

Broadcasting through difficult times

The obstacles facing Bushvision suggest that the federal government doesn't understand community television, writes Ellie Rennie.

Culture, commitment, community - the Australian community radio sector

In this report Susan Forde, Michael Meadows and Kerrie Foxwell from Griffith University's Australian Key Centre for Cultural and Media Policy examine a range of issues associated with the current Australian community radio industry. In particular they address the structure of the sector, the characteristics...

Survey of the community radio broadcasting sector 2002-03

This report provides the findings of research into the different services and operations of over 260 community radio stations across Australia. It includes information on programming, program sources, music genres, numbers of staff, volunteers, subscribers, income and expenditure, broken down by station category and location...