Mainstream Media And Public Health

When I had set out on my career in TV, British television was an elitist world of three channels (C4 started in 1982) in some ways it still is elitist, but access has been revolutionised by technology, and technology has given rise to growth and opportunity in community media. I am appalled sometimes at the … Continue reading “Mainstream Media And Public Health”

Community Radio and TV Funding

– Parliamentary Debate On Tuesday 24th April 2007 Parliament, via Westminster Hall, debated funding strategy and Parliamentary responsibility for community media. One of the first observations made was that community media builds the individual’s self esteem, as well as encouraging social engagement, political understanding, and the acquisition of basic IT skills. ‘Our Mission’ underlines our … Continue reading “Community Radio and TV Funding”