Community Radio: 100 Answers to Make Waves
By: N. A. Shah Ansari
Delivery Time: 7-9 Days
ABOUT THE BOOK
“Community Radio: 100 Answers to Make Waves” is your definitive handbook for understanding, launching, and excelling in the world of community radio. This book encapsulates the wisdom of N. A. Shah Ansari and experts, offering a treasure trove of insights into this unique form of broadcasting.
Inside, you’ll find answers to a hundred critical questions that community radio enthusiasts often ponder. From establishing and managing a community radio station to producing compelling content and fostering community participation, this book covers it all. It’s your go-to resource for mastering the art of community broadcasting.
It’s more than just a book, a toolkit for aspiring broadcasters, community leaders, and anyone passionate about amplifying local voices. Its utility extends beyond theory, providing practical tips, real-world examples, and actionable strategies. Whether you dream of launching a community radio station or seek to enhance an existing one, this book equips you with the knowledge and inspiration to make waves of positive change in your community through the power of radio. Don’t miss out on this essential guide to unleashing the full potential of community radio.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
N. A. Shah Ansari is a pioneering figure in community media, particularly community radio. With multiple Master’s degrees and international courses, his dedication to prejudice-free communities and grassroots self-governance led to founding development organizations and prestigious awards. Representing Indian Community Radio globally, he earned accolades like the International Community Participation Award, US Legislative Fellowship etc. He established Radio Namaskar, Odisha’s first community radio, and edited two volumes of “Community Radio for Change.” His expertise expanded India’s community radio presence, shaping the field. With a legacy of knowledge-sharing spanning over 100 universities, Shah Ansari is a popular figure in Asian community media.