Satellites over South Asia: broadcasting, culture, and the public interest

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Sage Publications, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 455 pages
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This book examines the transformation of broadcasting in South Asia brought on by the arrival of new satellite channels during the 1990s.

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Introduction
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Colonial Beginnings and Nationalist
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David Page, MS, NREMT-P, a native of Mexico, is a full time faculty member at Inver Hills Community College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Dave started his EMS career in 1985 as a junior member of the Bethesda Chevy-Chase Rescue Squad outside of Washington D.C. and has been teaching paramedics since 1989. He has worked in Boston, Massachusetts; Fort Worth, Texas; and Denver, Colorado. Since 1989, Dave has served as a field paramedic for Allina Medical Transportation, a hospital-based emergency ambulance service in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul area. Dave loves to teach and to learn. He holds a master’s degree in experiential education from Minnesota State University, and bachelor degree in human services from Macalester College. He is a frequent speaker at national conferences focusing on clinical competency, research, web-based education, and crisis intervention. He is fluent in French, Spanish, and English.

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