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Juan Salazar <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 4 Aug 2009 05:47:24 +1000
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Dear Becky, Salvo, Arne, all

We could certainly host a database like this in the ourmedia website and
associated global media project wiki.


On 4/8/09 12:09 AM, "Salvatore Scifo" <[log in to unmask]>

> Dear Becky and you all,
> I would happy to collaborate in compiling such resource with you and all
> those interested.
> I have unlimited server space available on my project website
> www.communitymedia.eu and it wouldn't be a problem to host it there if
> needed.
> Of course, there might be a number of other places where such a resource
> could be potentially hosted (OurMedia, AMARC, etc.), so just let me
> know....no matter where, this could become a very useful source for
> practitioners, researchers, activists and policymakers.
> Best,
> Salvo
> Prof. Becky Lentz wrote:
>> Dear Colleagues,
>> On and off-list I received quite a number of useful responses to my query
>> about where a comprehensive, updated/current, list of country-based
>> laws/regulations enabling/restricting community radio might exist. Seems
>> there are several repositories that may or may not be fully linked. As
>> indicated in my first email, this ATI/FOI summary exists
>> (http://www.freedominfo.org/index.htm); is there any interest in compiling,
>> collectively/comprehensively, something similar, for comparative research
>> and advocacy purposes?
>> Best,
>> Becky Lentz