Has the internet killed community radio?

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Lachlan Bryan

Many community stations will be forced to ‘turn-off’ their digital radio services soon, forcing listeners to turn to other sources

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Many community stations in our capital cities will be forced to ‘turn-off’ their digital radio services soon, thus falling way behind their commercial counterparts and forcing listeners to turn to other sources.

About the author

Lachlan Bryan is a singer-songwriter and freelance journalist from Melbourne. His website is www.lachlanbryan.com