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title:
Making broadcasting useful: the African experience. The development of radio and television in Africa in the 1980s
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1986
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Manchester
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306 p.
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illustr., tables, bibliogr., index
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"In two parts. The first deals with practical issues in African broadcasting, such as "Program Building on Limited Budgets," "Broadcasting and Multilingualism," "The Organization and Managing of a Broadcasting Service," "Radio as a Tool for Development," and similar topics of concern, with broadcasters in Zambia, Kenya, Tanzania, ZimbaLwej Ghana, the Sudan, Lesotho, Swaziland, the Seychelles and Ethiopia discussing the problems facing them as new nations. The second part grew out of the Symposium of Broadcasting Organization and Management held in 1984 at the request of UNESCO, The U.K. Overseas Development Administration, and the British Council, in which a group of directors of broadcasting organizations and permanent secretaries of ministries of information dealt with such masters of policy as shifting cultural boundaries, economic constraints, and technological change. Countries are limited to anglophone Africa; Wedell says that financial constraints prevented a bilingual meeting with collcagues in francophone Africa." (Eleanor Blum, Frances G. Wilhoit: Mass media bibliography. 3rd ed. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1990 Nr. 828)
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