Bicycle Highway: Celebrating Community Radio in Ireland
Liffey Press, 2007 - Performing Arts - 230 pages
Bicycle Highway: Celebrating Community Radio in Ireland provides an illustrated road map to the vibrant community radio movement in Ireland today. Written by people from all over Ireland who are actively involved in making community radio happen, the contributors include volunteers, managers, and regulators from the community radio sector. Organized in three sections, the book ranges from history, philosophy and reflections on best practice to the personal reminiscences of those who were actively involved in establishing radio stations in their local communities.
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