The State of Radio: episode 2, Sept. 2, 2008 4


the state of radio

the state of radio

Sonologue’s second episode on the State of Radio is ready for consumption.
This week, I’m looking at a governmental/community radio stations that are coming in India, a noble initiative by Radio Mirchi to do some audio CSR for blind kids, reports on Q2 advertising revenues in Canada and India, as well as the purported ban on music in Mumbai cars – all the radio stories worth checking out from the last week.
Take a listen, and do leave feedback.

The State of Radio 1.2 (Sonologue, India) September 2, 2008
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Sources used in this podcast are:
http://www.digitalhome.ca/content/view/2754/206/ | www.sajaforum.org | Sindh Today | Indiantelevision.com | The Hindu | www.business-standard.com


About chhavi

A multimedia journalist, Chhavi is passionate about all things radio and is actively spreading the gospel of intelligent content for Indian airwaves.

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