InteRadio, the magazine of community radio

Friday 15 July 2005, by Interadio

The World Association of Community Broadcasters (AMARC) has published the 2005 edition of its annual magazine InteRadio, the only publication that addresses the challenges and accomplishments of the community radio movement from an international perspective.

InteRadio examines key issues and trends affecting community radios worldwide from a communications rights perspective. It was first published in 1988, right before the celebration of the AMARC 3rd World Conference and General Assembly, in Nicaragua.

The 2005 edition of InteRadio presents insights into media policy, media concentration and the legal recognition of community radio in the United States and Latin America. It offers portrays of the community radio in Africa, Asia, and the Latin America regions, as well as in the province of Quebec. The issues of the World Summit on the Information Society and the participation of women in community radio are also discussed. In addition, this new issue of InteRadio highlights several community radio experiences with a global, regional and local impact.

Through InteRadio, community radio practitioners share with other radio passionate their stories, which convey practical knowledge, as well as the results of research. Visit http://www.amarc.org to take a look at the 2005 issue (Click on the word InteRadio on the left menu).

AMARC International Office will mail a copy of InteRadio at no cost to all members in good standing (The annual subscription is $50 CAD for no-members). If you would like to become a member please go to the membership section of http://www.amarc.org (membership fees start at $30 Cad) or e-mail amarc@amarc.org.

Table of Contents of the 2005 edition

Communication rights

4. Towards Tunis 2005

7. Reflection on the future of media in Africa

Community Radio, today

8. Community radio in Asia: the people’s voice

11. Community radio have the wind in their sails

13. Community radio a growing phenomenon in Africa

17. Community radio in Latin America and the Carribbean - past and present

Legal frames

19. Communities: a key ingredient of media systems

22. Media rich, information poor

26. The odyssey of community radio in Mexico

29. Campus and community radio

Women and radio

31. Women broadcasters empowering other women

33. Women and community radio: opportunities, challenges and responses

Technology

36. Audacity - free for the taking (and for the making)

Experiences

38. The people of Voices Without Frontiers

40. New international sister stations project

41. A radio for peace... in times of war

Solidarity alert

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