This section covers activities worldwide that show communication rights in practice.
This project organized a number of activities which would empower ordinary citizens to provide feedback to Peruvian Television, letting them know their opinions, reactions and ideas concerning their entertainment output.
Removing Barriers, Increasing Effectiveness: Challenges, Findings, Reflections brings together the principal findings, reflections, lines of action and documentation arising from the global assessment of Community Radio (CR) conducted by the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) in 2006.
This article analyses the Chilean independent and not-for profit station Radio Tierra In the general context of the work of two key Chilean sociologists and the theory of an epochal transformation in the relationship between culture and neo-liberalism.
Taking the daily Jordanian call-in radio program 'Direct Broadcasting (DB)' as a case study, this article examines how public access to this program seems to reverse conventional perceptions of Third World media.