- *Artist:* Chris Arsenault<http://rabble.ca/audio/by/artist/chris_arsenault>
- *Title:* In the digital era, radio is as important as ever
- *Album:* Redeye: Vancouver Cooperative
- *Genre:* Speeches <http://rabble.ca/audio/by/genre/speeches>
- *Year:* 2010 <http://rabble.ca/audio/by/year/2010>
- *Length:* 8:22 minutes (7.66 MB)
- *Format:* Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
- Show Notes:
Despite the increasing reach of the internet, most of the world still
relies on radio as its main form of mass communication says journalist Chris
Arsenault. Community radio, he says, is especially important, as it helps
build community capacity and gives marginalized people the tools they need
to tell their stories.
Part of a panel discussion held to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of
Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
Thanks to the Vancouver Media Coop <http://vancouver.mediacoop.ca/>
http://vancouver.mediacoop.ca/ for recording this event.
To find out more about Redeye, check out our
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