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Radio Censorship

Radio Censorship

Censorship in radio broadcasting is not anything new and has, in fact, been around almost since the very first radio broadcast. As far back as the 1920s, the government established rules or codes of conduct for radio stations to follow in determining what content they...
Radio Around the World: A Look at New Zealand

Radio Around the World: A Look at New Zealand

In my recent blog series, I discuss radio broadcasting in different countries. In previous articles, we took a look at radio in France and China. Now let’s dive under to New Zealand – a southwestern Pacific country, home to 4.7 million.   Early Radio New...
Radio Around the World: A Look at China

Radio Around the World: A Look at China

Radio broadcasting varies all over the world, and in this series of blogs, I will discuss radio in different countries. Our second stop is China – an East Asia country home to 1.4 billion.   China Radio The first radio station in China was the Radio Corporation...
How Radio Stations Get Their Names

How Radio Stations Get Their Names

Typically, radio stations have a 4-letter identification that goes along with their station number. You may have noticed that most of them either start with a W or K but have you ever bothered to learn why? Well, it all started with telegraphs.   Radio History In...
Radio Around the World: A Look at France

Radio Around the World: A Look at France

Radio broadcasting varies all over the world, and in this series of blogs, I will discuss radio in different countries. Our first stop is France – a western Europe country home to 67 million.   Radio History Radio Paris was the first commercial radio...