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Developing Dialogues

Indigenous and Ethnic Community Broadcasting in Australia

The traditional audience/producer boundary has collapsed in indigenous and ethnic community broadcasting, and this is the first comprehensive study of this homegrown media sector. Based on firsthand research of radio and television audiences in Australia, the authors argue that community radio and television worldwide performs an essential service for indigenous and ethnic audiences, empowering them at various levels, fostering active citizenry, and enhancing democracy. Developing Dialogues offers international researchers a new perspective on Australian community broadcasting and presents evidence of global trends in the media industry.

208 pages | 10 halftones | 7 x 9 | © 2009

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Media Studies

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Table of Contents



Chapter 1: Community Broadcasting Contexts

Chapter 2: Local and Global Perspectives

Chapter 3: Producers and Policies

Chapter 4: Audiences for Indigenous Community Radio and Television

Chapter 5: Audiences for Ethnic Community Radio

Chapter 6: Breaking down the Barriers





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