Might be worth pointing this out to the Hindustan Times, which carried this
article?

FN

On 5 August 2017 at 12:40, Arti Jaiman <a...@trfindia.org> wrote:

> The Pune CR stations - FTII Radio and Pune University radio, neither have
> a phone line connected to broadcast. Fat lot of connect they will do.
>
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> On Sat, 5 Aug 2017 at 12:25 PM, Frederick Noronha
> <fredericknoro...@gmail.com> wrote:
> State-level television committees to monitor FM and community radio
> The state / district-level monitoring committees will henceforth be
> authorised to monitor the content broadcast on private FM I community radio
> stations also in addition to private satellite TV channels. The content can
> be monitored by the committees suo-moto and on the basis of complaints
> received.... http://www.indiantelevision. com/regulators/ib-ministry/
> state-level-television- committees-to-monitor-fm- community-radio-170805
> <http://www.indiantelevision.com/regulators/ib-ministry/state-level-television-committees-to-monitor-fm-community-radio-170805>
>
> Campus connect: Bridging gaps through Pune’s community radios
> Radio FTII, with frequency 90.4, travels from community to community
> explaining the marvels of this platform and how, without having to go
> through cumbersome formalities, they can avail this platform to communicate
> their issues, find solutions and also demonstrate their artistic prowess.
> http://www.hindustantimes.com/ pune-news/campus-connect-
> bridging-gaps-through-pune-s- community-radios/story-
> 4Myj8u3CtnqQTQoAOWWHGK.html
> <http://www.hindustantimes.com/pune-news/campus-connect-bridging-gaps-through-pune-s-community-radios/story-4Myj8u3CtnqQTQoAOWWHGK.html>
>
> Community Radio needs innovation to stay relevant
> [August 3, 2017] Bhubaneswar, 3rd August 2017: “Community Radio needs
> volunteers and community participation in order to bring in sustainable
> practices” opined the participants at the National Level Consultation on
> ‘Community Radio: Furthering Rights, Justice and Development of
> Marginalized Communities’ today. The 2-day consultation ended at Prasar
> Bharati Training Institute, Bhubaneswar organized by Young India supported
> by ActionAid India and OdishaLIVE as the digital media partner.
> https://orissadiary.com/ community-radio-needs- innovation-stay-relevant/
> <https://orissadiary.com/community-radio-needs-innovation-stay-relevant/>
>
> National-level Consultation on Community Radio Concludes
> [ August 4, 2017] Bhubaneswar: The community radio needs volunteers and
> community participation in order to bring in sustainable practices, opined
> the speakers at the two-day consultation titled ‘Community Radio:
> Furthering Rights, Justice and Development of Marginalised Communities’
> organised by the Young India in support of ActionAid India and the
> OdishaLIVE, that concluded here on Thursday.
> https://www.odisha360.com/ 2017/08/04/national-level-
> consultation-community-radio- concludes/
> <https://www.odisha360.com/2017/08/04/national-level-consultation-community-radio-concludes/>
>
> Odisha: Community Radio should Strive to Bring Forth Voice the Unheard
> [August 2, 2017]
> Bhubaneswar: “Community Radio has been one of the very effective medium of
> reaching out to the most marginalized and remote communities whose voice
> has not been heard. Also it is one of the effective means of making the
> voice of the community heard and collectivizing people around the issue
> that affect most”, echoed the participants in the National Level
> Consultation on ‘Community Radio: Furthering Rights, Justice and
> Development of Marginalized Communities’ today. The 2-day consultation
> started at Prasar Bharati Training Institute, Bhubaneswar organized by
> Young India supported by ActionAid India and OdishaLIVE as the digital
> media partner.
> https://orissadiary.com/ odisha-community-radio-strive-
> bring-forth-voice-unheard/
> <https://orissadiary.com/odisha-community-radio-strive-bring-forth-voice-unheard/>
>
> Jalandhar: City’s first campus community radio launched
> Tribune News Service [Jalandhar, August 1] The PG Department of Journalism
> and Mass Communication of Doaba College today launched Jalandhar’s first
> Campus Community Radio - Radio Raabta at 90.8 Mhz.
> Launching it, Principal Dr Naresh Kumar Dhiman said, “The radio will cover
> a radius of 15 km, reaching the urban as well rural regions of Jalandhar
> district. It will relay programmes related to various communities,
> including housewives, labourers, farmers, students etc for two hours from
> 10 am to 12 noon. It has been established under the proposal of the
> Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. We will be
> sending our recordings to them for three months after which we are
> expecting a funding of Rs 7.5 lakh. By then, we also intend to broadcast it
> online.”
> http://www.tribuneindia.com/ news/jalandhar/city-s-first-
> campus-community-radio- launched/445879.html
> <http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/jalandhar/city-s-first-campus-community-radio-launched/445879.html>
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