Community Radio in India

  • Recently, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting organised a regional Community Radio Sammelan (South) celebrating 20 years of Community Radio in India.
  • Community Radio is an important third tier in Radio Broadcasting, distinct from Public Service Radio broadcasting and Commercial Radio.
  • Community Radio Stations (CRSs) are low power Radio Stations, which are meant to be set-up and operated by local communities.
  • The Community Radio provides a platform to air local voices among the local community on issues concerning Health, Nutrition, Education, Agriculture, etc.
  • Furthermore, since the broadcast is in local languages and dialects, people are able to relate to it ....
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