KBR68H, Indonesia: Radio as a force for democracy [electronic resource] / Isabelle Bardijn.

Bardijn, Isabelle.
New York : United Nations, 2012.
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Founded by six journalists in 1999, at a time of Indonesia’s transition to democracy, KBR68H is the first interactive media channel of its kind in Indonesia. Today, the radio news agency is a highly respected media organization which provides eight hours a day of independent information and educational programmes to a network of over 630 radio stations throughout Indonesia, parts of Asia and Australia. It is the largest private radio news agency in the Indonesian archipelago, reaching out to more than 18 million daily listeners. The radio news agency plays an important role in connecting Indonesia’s dispersed populations; reporters of KBR68H are active in the most remote areas of the country such as the Central Highlands of Papua, Central Sumba and South East Maluku.
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UN Chronicle Vol. 46, no. 2, p. 71-71
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