Radio is an invisible public space that has proven its political power countless times. For many independent radio projects this has as much importance as providing a space for communities through the radio. We have invited different non-commercial radio projects from around the world to discuss their experience of radio as a public and a community space.
Roundtable participants are: Community Radio Tbilisi, Dublin Digital Radio, HammamRadio, Swati Pan (community media activist India), Vinod Pavarala (UNESCO Chair on Community Media). Moderator: Ralf Wendt (radio producer/activist since 1986).