Wednesday, 21 October 2009

[creative-radio] Community Radio Start-Up Information Guide


Community Radio Start-Up Information Guide

This guide is meant to be used as a tool for those interested in starting
a community radio station. Setting up a community radio station may at
first seem overwhelming, but with the right resources, and with community
support, it can be a rewarding experience.

This guide has two main goals:

1. To provide a general overview of some of the steps that are involved
in starting up a community radio station. This manual discusses how to
get started, legal issues, funding options, things to think about when
selecting equipment, ideas for managing your community radio station,
and broadcasting tips;
2. To provide links to websites, publications and other resources that
may be useful when starting up a community radio station.

Community Radio Start-Up Information Guide [PDF]

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