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How community radios are helping fight Covid-19

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Published in Hindustan Times on 1 June 2020
It is a sweltering afternoon and Imran Khan has just started another episode of ‘Corona Se Jang, Radio Mewat Ke Sang’, a live programme, in his thick Mewati accent.

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Haryana: Radio raises Covid awareness, fights misinformation in Nuh

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Published in Times of India on 20 April 2020
NUH: In this age of technology, it is the humble wireless that’s proving to be the vaccine against misinformation in Nuh, which has reported 57 cases of Covid-19 so far.

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Radio Mewat in India: broadcasting 14 hours without fear or favour

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Published in IAWRT in April 2020
Mewat has one of the lowest media penetration in the country, but a high mobile phone penetration, which also doubles up as a potent radio listening-tool.

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Community radio stations reach out to create corona awareness despite lack of funds

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Published in The New Indian Express on 27 March 2020
The outbreak of COVID-19 has further strained the resources of the CR stations, said N A Shah Ansari, president community radio association.

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Community radio as a phenomenon: Winning hertz

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Published in The Hindu on 24 February 2018
Whether it’s handling harassment complaints or conducting tuition classes for children, community radio is riding a new wave of growth

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Riding the air wave

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Published in The Hindu on 6 August 2012
Local communities find solutions on the radio

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Tune in to Mewat

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Published in Hard News on 2 April 2012
Like ‘history from above’ has a counter in histories written from below, mainstream television and radio have a counter in the idea of community radio

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How One Award-Winning Radio Channel Forever Changed an Underserved Community in Haryana

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Published in The Better India on 28 October 2015
“Everyone should be in a position to speak, say, listen and be heard,” says Archana Kapoor.

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Rural radio poised to bring hinterlands to speed

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Published in Hindustan Times on 5 April 2015
In this region of wretched poverty not far from Delhi, Mohd Arif, 28, and colleague Warisa, 23, are part of a team of intrepid reporters for a rural radio station.

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This Community Radio Programme Encouraged a Father to Support His Daughter’s Education

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Published in The Better India on 27 September 2016
n today’s day and age of television and broadband, community radios continue to play an important role in the lives of people and even help in generating social change.

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