Workshop on Community Radio from Nov 26 in Mumbai
Mumbai: A two-day workshop on Community Radio (CR) will be organised from
November 26 at the Kamla Raheja Institute of Architecture and
Environmental study here, organisers said today.
During the workshop titled 'Community Radio - Tuning into Diversity',
participants will have the opportunity to hear first-hand experience of
speakers, including practitioners who are already running CR stations as
well as experts on the regulatory, technical and other aspects of running
a station, one of the organisers of Comet Media Foundation said.
Some of the speakers include Aditeshwar Seth of Gram Vaani, IIT Delhi,
Amol Goje of Vasundhara Vahini Community Radio, Baramati (Maharashtra)
Anuja Shukla from Radio Bundelkhand Development Alternatives at Orchha
(UP), Bharati Ahire of Radio Ujjas of Kutch Mahila Vikas Sanghatan, Bhuj
(Gujarat), Ram Bhat of Maraa, Bangalore, Sajan Veniyoor of Community Radio
Forum, an India-wide network and Richard Rego, Radio Sarang, Mangalore.
The workshop has been organised by Comet Media Foundation in partnership
with the Media Information and Communication Centre of India, Frederich
Ebert Stiftung and Centre for the Advancement of Philanthropy.
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