Thursday, 12 March 2009

[creative-radio] Digest Number 2592

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1. Job opportunity, Project Manager, North Manchester FM community radi
From: Salvatore Scifo

2. PANOS RADIO SOUTH ASIA's Latest Panoscope Issue, 11 March 2009
From: Satish Jung Shahi

1. Job opportunity, Project Manager, North Manchester FM community radi
Posted by: "Salvatore Scifo" salvatorescifo
Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:27 am ((PDT))

NMFM is a brand new community radio station which will broadcast to the
diverse and disadvantaged area of North Manchester. The provisional
launch date for the station is July 2009.

We require an exceptional Project Manager to oversee the development and
running of this station. You will have excellent organisational skills
and substantial experience of project management including managing
finances and staff. An understanding of the role of media in
disadvantaged communities is required, but radio/media experience is not

- Salary: £25,649 - £29,439
- 37.5 hrs per week
- Based at One Central Park, Harpurhey, Manchester

Application packs can be downloaded at
or contact John on 0161 237 5012 or at

If you would like further information about the post, please contact Lou
Armer at or on 0161 918 6826

Closing date for applications: Fri 3rd Apr 2009, 12pm
Interviews: Thurs 23rd Apr 2009

Note that this post is offered as a permanent contract initially funded
by grant support from The Manchester College. However, the operation of
NMFM as a full-time community station (and therefore the continuation of
the Project Manager post) is dependent on additional funding being
secured to employ other members of staff.

NMFM is a community project set up by The Manchester College and the
community radio development charity Radio Regen

North Manchester FM CIC Company No. 6786495

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2. PANOS RADIO SOUTH ASIA's Latest Panoscope Issue, 11 March 2009
Posted by: "Satish Jung Shahi" sjshahi
Date: Wed Mar 11, 2009 9:27 am ((PDT))


Panos Radio South Asia | Latest Panoscope Issue, 11 March 2009
Latest Upload on Panoscope:
Trading in Wildlife

In this edition of Panoscope, we take you to Pakistan where its Senate, the Upper House of the Parliament, was shocked to learn that army helicopters were being used to facilitate wildlife hunting by foreigners, under diplomatic cover. Ironically, it was the use of army choppers that fuelled the shock; there has never been any uproar over wildlife hunting.
Country: Pakistan
Upload Date: 11/03/2009

Duration: 15:00

File Size: 13.7 MB


Panoscope is an independent production of Panos Radio South Asia. We're committed to providing a forum for voices, views, and issues not often heard in the mainstream media. Non-profit media, development and other organizations can download Panoscope radio magazine free of cost for air or online use. Credit should be given to Panos Radio South Asia (PRSA) an undertaking of Panos South Asia. If you have suggestions for future programs please contact us at:

Panos Radio South Asia
GPO Box 13651
Kathmandu, Nepal
Tel.: 977-1-5521889/5531447

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