Monday, July 19, 2010

Egypt's public radio: is anyone listening?

Nadine Emile
Can the radio survive mounting competition from other media?

From its vast headquarters on the Nile, the Egyptian Radio and Television Union still faithfully broadcasts public radio programs from nine networks. The programs cover news and culture, play Egyptian and foreign music, and feature talk shows and readings of the Quran, providing a wealth of entertainment and news for the Egyptian public. But is anyone still listening?

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