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Old Waves Across Borders Fade New Waves Rise
Michael Hedges November 18, 2009 Follow on Twitter
International broadcasting reached a pinnacle during the post-Second World War years. The Cold War gave birth to a competitive sphere where government funded radio broadcasters kept news listeners fixed to their radios. By the mid 1980s the dial was filled. A decade later, everything had changed. available for restricted access.
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