South India Community Media Network
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by Ashwin   
Thursday, 13 September 2007

A group of media practitioners met in Auroville A group of media practitioners, advocates and journalists met in Auroville to form the South India Community Media Network. This will ensure that the voice of every person can be heard and be accessible through community radio. To make it possible, the group urges the government of India to make the license application process a simple one. Also to be emphasized is the use of low-cost technology and, importantly, the freedom to broadcast news.

Here an interview with the Ashis Sen (VOICES), member of AMARC and also part of the Community Radio Foum (India). Other partecipats on the workshop are giving their opinion too.

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