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Development of local radio in Southeast Turkey
journal contributionposted on 2017-06-16, 14:02 authored by Ece Algan
This article examines the emergence of local radio in a rural southeastern Turkish city called Sanllurfa in the early 7990s following the end of the state's media monopoly on broadcasting. Informed by a media ethnography conducted there in 2001, this article discusses local debates over the content and quality of local radio and the influence of the state's official cultural policies on the programming decisions of local radio owners, managers, and DJs. This paper also illustrates Turkish young people's local and national radio preferences, their responses to local programming and on-air personalities, and the meaning of music and local radio in their lives.
- Loughborough University London
Published inJournal of Radio Studies
Pages254 - 267
CitationALGAN, E., 2004. Development of local radio in Southeast Turkey. Journal of Radio Studies, 11 (2), pp.254-267
PublisherTaylor & Francis
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