June 2010
Global Media Journal: Indian Edition;Jun2010, p1
Academic Journal
The article focuses on an Indian government program that encourages educational institutions and organizations to have their own small power FM Radio Stations. It states that the applications for grant of licenses have been rolled out by the government to well established educational institutions and organizations to set up Community Radio Stations. It relates that the radio station aims to reaching out community with programme content that shall be of interest of the local audience. It offers information on Broadcast Engineering Consultants India Ltd. (BECIL), a premier consultancy agency and turnkey solution in the field of broadcast engineering, communication and technology. It discusses how to set up a community radio station within the educational institutions and organizations.


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