Monday, 30 May 2011

[creative-radio] INDIA: Film tells the story of three women who are in community radio



Narsamma, Parul Ben and Triveni live in different villages of India --
they could be living the life of an average rural woman had it not been
for a tiny device called the radio.

Film tells the story of these women who are in the middle of a community
radio revolution and it is through their eyes that we see this phenomenon
unfolding. Travelling across Kutch in Gujarat, Budikote in Karnataka and
Pastapur in Andhra Pradesh , the film showcases the exemplary work that
these radio stations do to bring about awareness and social change.

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