June 2010
Global Media Journal: Indian Edition;Jun2010, p37
Academic Journal
The article details how to secure a radio broadcast licence. It decribes ways to consider when planning to set up a community radio with the proper government licensing office. It cites Philippines as an example for franchising and licensing processes to legally operate a broadcast station using either frequency modulation (FM) or amplitude modulation (AM) transmitters. It discusses the role of the Philippine National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) in implementing rules and regulations with respect to broadcast stations.


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