• Proposal for a Workshop 

      Akingbulu, Akin (2013-11)
      Campus radio stations emerged on the Nigerian broadcasting scene in the early 2000s. The first licence was given to the University of Lagos in 2002. As at 2009, about 27 campus radio licences had been issued and established ...
    • Proposal for Pre-conference Online Event 

      Akingbulu, Akin (2013-11)
      Over the past ten years, access to new media, particularly internet and telecommunication resources, has improved in Nigeria. Today the usual encumbrances associated with access to broadcasting licences are absent in the ...
    • Putting our ears to the ground: How can African broadcasters help improve Farm Radio International’s services? 

      Cuddeford, Vijay (2013-11)
      Farm Radio International (FRI) proposes a half-day participatory workshop during or in conjunction with PCF7. The workshop would bring together some of FRI’s broadcasting partners to focus on improving our Resource Packs ...
    • RadioInterActive 

      Sullivan, Bart; Pringle, Ian; Akingbulu, Akin (2013-11)
      RadioInteractive will weave together 5 key elements during the week of PCF7, all tied to radio and interactivity, communication and participation, specifically their role in learning for development (COL's mission) with a ...
    • Science for Women's Health and Nutrition 

      Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia (CEMCA) (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2010)
      This video presentation covers Science for Women's Health and Nutrition programme conducted by CEMCA. Duration: 14:23.
    • Using Community Radio for Non-Formal Education 

      Thomas, John (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2001)
      The main limitations to any approach are the number of local and community radio stations willing and able to involve themselves in education, the willingness of educational organisations to explore the technology, and the ...
    • Using Radio and Television Media to fight Climate Change: Echoes from Ghana 

      Koomson, Ebenezer (2013-11)
      Background: This study is making a point of using diverse forms of media to fight climate change anywhere at the global level. A sample of 500 adult audience of 15 radios and television audience in Southern Ghana were ...
    • Web Radio:A Manual for Streaming Audio on the Web 

      Koradia, Zahir (Commonwealth Educational Media Centre for Asia(CEMCA), New Delhi, 2013)
      Community Radio (CR) stations are short range FM radio stations that cater to the information needs of communities living in surrounding areas. These stations are typically setup and operated by non profit organizations or ...