Tuesday, 15 March 2011

[creative-radio] Flat-footed in Japan - Community radio media that sticks around after disaster, acting as a watchdog on aid delivery.


Flat-footed in Japan http://bit.ly/fCTGtr  Community radio
http://bit.ly/eHgZQe played a crucial role in the 2004 tsunami, and has
been recognized by UNESCO as media that sticks around
http://bit.ly/g4V3B7 after disaster, acting as a watchdog on aid
delivery. Volunteer-run Radio FMYY,  http://bit.ly/hOFqmh set up
after the Kobe earthquake, has been posting English-language broadcasts
http://bit.ly/ebXlz2 & has a list of community radio stations
operating in the affected areas.

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