Fine-Tuning Africa’s Radio Stations: Connecting Communities and Cultures: A Review Essay

Muhammed Haron


 One concurs with the editors when they allude, in their opening chapter, to the fact that even though African radio is embedded in the continent, it effectively managed to reach out through audio-streaming and the use of smart phones to African communities in the diaspora. These (imagined) communities, being part of the transnational ‘interactive publics,’ conveniently connect with the local ‘interactive publics’ via the radio phone-ins and other related programmes.

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