Small is still beautiful

Stevens, Philip
October 2016
TVB Europe;Oct2016, p26
The article discusses the broadcast challenges of the Europe-based television company Radio and Television of Andorra. Topics discussed, include, the challenges of working in a small area based on critical mass and the small audience in the region, the operation of two television studios equipped with a mixture of cameras and the cooperation between television operation and radio operation in which programmes are aired in both medium.


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