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World Radio Competition CLOSES June 30

__________________________World Radio CompetitionEnter today to Win!!!!!__________________________ Enter our easy World Radio Competition today and you’re in with a chance to win a great prize from the Radio Heritage Foundation. 1. Visit http://www.radioheritage.net/, our 24/7 global media platform2. Visit our on-line bookstore in The Emporium [Books General]3. Answer this simple question – What is the title of Book #1? Email your …

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World Radio Competition OPEN

Enter our easy World Radio Competition today and you’re in with a chance to win a great prize from the Radio Heritage Foundation. 1. Visit www.radioheritage.net, our 24/7 global media platform2. Visit our on-line bookstore in The Emporium [Books General]3. Answer this simple question – What is the title of Book #1? Email your entry to info@radioheritage.net with ‘World Radio …

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New RNZI Mailbox Documentary features Pacific Radio 50 years ago in 1958

_________________________________Radio Broadcasting in the PacificA Look Back 50 Years to 1958RNZI Mailbox Documentary May 26_________________________________ 50 years ago, the last of the American baby boomers was born, and radio broadcasting was still in its infancy in most parts of the Pacific. Australia and New Zealand had a combined population of about 12.3m people and shared only 2.6m radio receivers amongst …

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New RNZI Mailbox Documentary features contemporary radio in Fiji, Nauru and Solomon Islands

Contemporary Radio in Fiji, Nauru & Solomon IslandsRNZI Mailbox Documentary May 12_________________________________ It’s 20 years since the first military coup in Fiji. What does contemporary radio in this Pacific nation sound like in 2008? There are two main players [state owned Radio Fiji and private Communications Fiji Ltd] both operating a series of national networks from Suva studios, and a …

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Australia Radio Dial 1931

Media ReleaseRadio Heritage Foundationwww.radioheritage.netAustralia Radio Dial 1931 Some 6.3 million Australian radio listeners had just 55 radio stations they could tune to in 1931, a year when there was 30 per cent unemployment and the Sydney Harbor Bridge was still being built. The Radio Heritage Foundation [www.radioheritage.net] has released a snap shot of the nation’s radio dial that year, not …

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