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Implications of Globalization for Community Broadcasting in Ghana

  • Kwasi Ansu-Kyeremeh

Abstract

A discussion of the implications of globalization or foreign influences in community broadcasting at Ghana is the focus of this chapter. The discussion is rooted in pervasive foreign influences on what is used to broadcast (means), how broadcasting occurs (process), and what is broadcast (content). The combination appears to be a hindrance to the development of community broadcasting.

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Broadcasting Station Community Broadcasting Community Communication Foreign Influence Local Broadcasting 
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