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A voice forum for citizen journalism in rural India

Rural communities in India are often underserved by the mainstream media. While there is a public discourse surrounding the issues they face, this dialogue typically takes place on television, in newspaper editorials, and on the Internet

December 22, 2014 / 07:41 PM IST


-- Rural communities in India are often underserved by the mainstream media. While there is a public discourse surrounding the issues they face, this dialogue typically takes place on television, in newspaper editorials, and on the Internet.

-- This article examines an effort to foster a more inclusive dialogue by means of a simple technology: an interactive voice forum called CGNet Swara.

first published: Dec 22, 2014 07:36 pm

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