June 2010
Global Media Journal: Indian Edition;Jun2010, p26
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The article presents an example of a constitution governing the community radio council (CRC). It provides the mission statement and objectives of the CRC. Composed of seven to fifteen members, the CRC is a group of leaders representing a cross-section of the community including business groups, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and church sector. It offers the requirements for those who will apply as member of the CRC. It discusses functions of CRC and offers information on its election of chairperson and other officials.


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