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Title: Broadcasting in Gozo
Authors: Aquilina, Kevin
Keywords: Radio broadcasting -- Malta -- Gozo
Television broadcasting -- Malta -- Gozo
Broadcasting Authority for Malta
Broadcasting -- Malta
Issue Date: 2006-06
Publisher: University of Malta. Gozo Centre
Citation: Aquilina, K. (2006). Broadcasting in Gozo. The Gozo Observer, 14, 8-11.
Abstract: Since the advent of pluralism in the Maltese Islands following the enactment of the Broadcasting Act in 1991, a number of local radios have sprung up, both on a nationwide and community level. Gozo has not been an exception to this phenomenon. One of the nationwide radio stations – Radio Calypso – used to broadcast from Gozo. Currently ten radio stations of a community nature broadcast within Gozo and the Broadcasting Authority also has a pending application for a nationwide television station originating from Gozo. Furthermore, Gozo has contributed to raising programme standards in the archipelago’s media landscape.
Description: Nationwide radio stations - The rise and fall of Radio Calypso - Community radio stations in Gozo - Broadcasting Authority Programme Awards - Radju Leħen il-Qala - Independent production houses in Gozo – Telever - Court case instituted by Radju Katidral
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The Gozo Observer - Issue 14, June 2006
The Gozo Observer - Issue 14, June 2006

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