Bush Radio-The Mother of Community Media in South (and Sub-Saharan) Africa
(With a Strong Canadian Connection)
(Bush Radio was founded by Zane Ibrahim who spent many years in exile in
Canada (in part supported by an IDRC fellowship). His time in Canada
included a significant period in Vancouver working with and learning from
Vancouver Co-op Radio, the lessons of which he took back to SA after the
fall of Apartheid, as the basis for the organization of Bush Radio!)
Bushradio 89.5 FM
Some of the challenges that Bush Radio highlighted in the presentation
included: Sentech-transmission cost, SAMRO's-calculation of fees, SAARF's
research ... <http://bushradio.wordpress.com/tag/usaasa/>
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