Kundu, Subhrajyoti
June 2010
Global Media Journal: Indian Edition;Jun2010, p1
Academic Journal
India has so far clearly given half-hearted treatment to public service, community, educational and development broadcast networks and to the promising channel of people empowerment through community media. North Bengal has great cultural diversity, it is a happy example of integration of many ethnic communities. The objective of this study is to point out the high potentiality of the community radio as the medium of communication and people participation especially for the ethnic communities of North Bengal. The domain of the study is the Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India.


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