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by Errol Hodge

eBook Radio Wars: Truth, Propaganda and the Struggle for Radio Australia epub
  • ISBN: 0521473802
  • Author: Errol Hodge
  • Genre: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (April 28, 1995)
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • ePUB size: 1270 kb
  • FB2 size 1964 kb
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Radio Australia - the multilingual overseas radio service of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation - is little known in Australia, but is heard by millions of listeners in the Asia-Pacific region and others throughout the world. Radio Wars, first published in 1995, was the first book to tell the story of this important but unexplored aspect of Australia's international presence.

This is a fascinating history of Australia's overseas broadcasting service. This book raises important questions about politics and the media. Hodge, Errol is the author of 'Radio Wars: Truth, Propaganda and the Struggle for Radio Australia', published 1994 under ISBN 9780521479271 and ISBN 0521479274.

Hodge, Errol (1995).

The department was established in 1943. Since then, it has changed names multiple times, appearing as "English by Radio" (or ExR), "English by Radio and Television" and "BBC English", before arriving at "BBC Learning English". Hodge, Errol (1995).

Effective radio propaganda arrived in the form of news reports by Edward. In Nazi Germany, radio was an important propaganda tool

Effective radio propaganda arrived in the form of news reports by Edward. He covered the Battle of Britain and nightly bombing raids in London, with his vivid imagery capturing the nation’s imaginations. In Nazi Germany, radio was an important propaganda tool. Just a few short months after the outbreak of World War II, German propagandists were transmitting close to 11 hours of programming a day, with the majority of the transmissions in English as well.

The word "propaganda" continues to imply something sinister; synonyms for propaganda frequently include "lies .

The word "propaganda" continues to imply something sinister; synonyms for propaganda frequently include "lies," "deceit," and "brainwashing. In. recent years unfavorable comparisons have been made with spin doctors and the manner in which they (allegedly) control the image of politicians and refract the political agenda to simplistic sound bites.

Radio wars: Truth, propaganda and the struggle for Radio Australia. Mel-bourne, Australia: Cambridge University Press.

Live Australia radio stations online. For your convenience, we have done our best to compile almost all online radio stations in Australia

Live Australia radio stations online. For your convenience, we have done our best to compile almost all online radio stations in Australia. Now the only thing you need for listening to the radio is our player.

Radio Australia could also be heard on CBC Radio across Canada during their overnight broadcast. The station resumed Fiji transmission through negotiations with the Ministry of Information and the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC) in July 2012 Current market situation. There have been many changes and alterations in the international media market in recent years. Radio Australia in the Second World War," Australian Journal of International Affairs (1992) 46 pp: 93-108 online.

Radio Australia - the multilingual overseas radio service of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation - is little known in Australia, but is heard by millions of listeners in the Asia-Pacific region and others throughout the world. Radio Wars, first published in 1995, was the first book to tell the story of this important but unexplored aspect of Australia's international presence. Launched in 1939 as a propaganda tool, the service was for three decades caught uncomfortably between those who would use it as an instrument of foreign policy and those who would have it an icon of journalistic integrity. But the author argues that by the time of the Dili massacre, propaganda had given way to forthright and factual reporting. Spiced with anecdotal detail, Radio Wars traces a struggle that ranges from personal pettiness to events with significant political ramifications.
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