The Resource A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land : the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study, [study by Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc.]

A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land : the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study, [study by Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc.]

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A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land : the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study
Title
A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land
Title remainder
the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study
Statement of responsibility
[study by Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc.]
Title variation
Radio Broadcasting Feasibility Study
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Author
Sponsoring body
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AIAS
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Aboriginal Resource and Development Services
  • Australia
  • Trudgen, Richard Ian.
  • Chesson, Dale
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  • Community radio
  • Radio broadcasting
Label
A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land : the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study, [study by Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc.]
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "May 2002"
  • "The authors of this report are Richard Trudgen and Dale Chesson with support and assistance from other ARDS staff"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : page 7
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Unlocking social capital: keys to human capacity building; Education through a media service; How can the large amount of requested information be delivered?; An effective media service; Cheapest content development; The Radio Service; A service that unlocks social capital; Map of the Northern Territory -- The need: The Yolngu of Arnhem Land : where the people live: major communities, homeland centre villages, service centre, Darwin -- North-east Arnhem Land homeland centre villages -- Proposed radio coverage -- The current situation for Yolngu : different language; different culture; low levels of English literacy; Isolation: isolation due to location; Isolation due to lack of appropriate media; The cost of isolation for Yolngu people; The massive dollar cost to government; Attempts to get the message out : travel out; printed material; "Load up" community members -- Media services : the role of media in education and learning; Self-learning media; Yolngu have no contemporary self-learning media; The role of media in information sharing; Reinforcement of knowledge; Give reality checks; Support cultural identity; Current media services not meeting the people's needs; When is a media service not a media service?; Is pure entertainment a valid role for a media service?; An effective media service: what is a medium? What are media?; The "transport" and "communication" media; The transport medium; The communication medium -- The most important medium of all - language : the medium of language: the people can learn anything; Assimilation policies still at work; "Dendrite deafness"; From the known to the unknown;"I can make the people understand by using English"; The cart before the horse; Living incommunicado -- Comparing different media : internet services; video conferencing, telephone services, radio -- How will this new service complement existing services? : complementing BRACS, other services -- Content: content for the proposed radio service : Learning the easy way - A Yolngu-friendly listening environment : content material : health education, economic literacy, legal literacy, government structures, land rights, teach academic English, public awareness/community information, cultural knowledge, the community "development hour", general knowledge and other community information; Keeping up with the demand for content -- Additional complementary services: Archiving services : song-cycles; Proverbs; Bedtime stories; Intellectual language; Video production and editing -- Social impact and benefits : Social outcomes : Benefits to government and the wider community : efficient communication, the itinerant population in Darwin; Educational benefits: the teaching of intangible subjects, the teaching of academic English, the delivery of current affairs programs, opportunities for self-learning, reinforcement of education; Health benefits : health prevention and awareness, self-intervention in health matters, public awareness of new disease threats, compliance with medical treatments and directives, reinforcement of health education; Economic benefits: education, advertising and public awareness campaigns, the delivery of services, public health services, business development -- Cultural outcomes: pride in cultural heritage, the conservation of traditional knowledge, summary -- Technical details : History of telecommunication in Arnhem Land : Pre-1970; Telephones; Facsimile; The Internet; Television; Radio; Video conferencing; Off-site electronic classrooms (e-learning); Services presently available: major communities, homeland centre villages, service centre (Nhulunbuy), Darwin -- The community development radio service: how will it work?, the satellite, the receiving translator units (RTUs), licensing, technical consultant, equipment manuals -- Full costing and financial projections : Establishing the service : studio building, studio equipment, satellite earth station, translator units at major communities, additional translator units; Ongoing costs: annual operational costs, personnel costs; Complementing the media service : recording and archiving cultural material, video production and editing; Possible future expansion: satellite interconnectivity with BRACS; Interesting future developments; Financial requirements summary; Projected income based on survey results : ARDS survey summary; sale and income potential -- Support for service : support from Yolngu; Letters of support; Radio service summary -- Capacity building for Yolngu -- Appendix 1 : Report to ARDS on the use of satellite delivery of radio signals across north-east Arnhem Land / prepared by John Mitchell -- Appendix 2: Sample copies of some of the letters of support we have received -- Appendix 3: Survey to determine the need for a Community Development Radio Service
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
65 pages, 29 pages in various pagings
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, maps, portrait
Label
A community development radio service for the Yolngu clan nations of north-east Arnhem Land : the report of the Radio Broadcasting Station Feasibility Study, [study by Aboriginal Resource and Development Services Inc.]
Publication
Copyright
Note
  • "May 2002"
  • "The authors of this report are Richard Trudgen and Dale Chesson with support and assistance from other ARDS staff"
Bibliography note
Bibliography : page 7
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
  • cartographic image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Unlocking social capital: keys to human capacity building; Education through a media service; How can the large amount of requested information be delivered?; An effective media service; Cheapest content development; The Radio Service; A service that unlocks social capital; Map of the Northern Territory -- The need: The Yolngu of Arnhem Land : where the people live: major communities, homeland centre villages, service centre, Darwin -- North-east Arnhem Land homeland centre villages -- Proposed radio coverage -- The current situation for Yolngu : different language; different culture; low levels of English literacy; Isolation: isolation due to location; Isolation due to lack of appropriate media; The cost of isolation for Yolngu people; The massive dollar cost to government; Attempts to get the message out : travel out; printed material; "Load up" community members -- Media services : the role of media in education and learning; Self-learning media; Yolngu have no contemporary self-learning media; The role of media in information sharing; Reinforcement of knowledge; Give reality checks; Support cultural identity; Current media services not meeting the people's needs; When is a media service not a media service?; Is pure entertainment a valid role for a media service?; An effective media service: what is a medium? What are media?; The "transport" and "communication" media; The transport medium; The communication medium -- The most important medium of all - language : the medium of language: the people can learn anything; Assimilation policies still at work; "Dendrite deafness"; From the known to the unknown;"I can make the people understand by using English"; The cart before the horse; Living incommunicado -- Comparing different media : internet services; video conferencing, telephone services, radio -- How will this new service complement existing services? : complementing BRACS, other services -- Content: content for the proposed radio service : Learning the easy way - A Yolngu-friendly listening environment : content material : health education, economic literacy, legal literacy, government structures, land rights, teach academic English, public awareness/community information, cultural knowledge, the community "development hour", general knowledge and other community information; Keeping up with the demand for content -- Additional complementary services: Archiving services : song-cycles; Proverbs; Bedtime stories; Intellectual language; Video production and editing -- Social impact and benefits : Social outcomes : Benefits to government and the wider community : efficient communication, the itinerant population in Darwin; Educational benefits: the teaching of intangible subjects, the teaching of academic English, the delivery of current affairs programs, opportunities for self-learning, reinforcement of education; Health benefits : health prevention and awareness, self-intervention in health matters, public awareness of new disease threats, compliance with medical treatments and directives, reinforcement of health education; Economic benefits: education, advertising and public awareness campaigns, the delivery of services, public health services, business development -- Cultural outcomes: pride in cultural heritage, the conservation of traditional knowledge, summary -- Technical details : History of telecommunication in Arnhem Land : Pre-1970; Telephones; Facsimile; The Internet; Television; Radio; Video conferencing; Off-site electronic classrooms (e-learning); Services presently available: major communities, homeland centre villages, service centre (Nhulunbuy), Darwin -- The community development radio service: how will it work?, the satellite, the receiving translator units (RTUs), licensing, technical consultant, equipment manuals -- Full costing and financial projections : Establishing the service : studio building, studio equipment, satellite earth station, translator units at major communities, additional translator units; Ongoing costs: annual operational costs, personnel costs; Complementing the media service : recording and archiving cultural material, video production and editing; Possible future expansion: satellite interconnectivity with BRACS; Interesting future developments; Financial requirements summary; Projected income based on survey results : ARDS survey summary; sale and income potential -- Support for service : support from Yolngu; Letters of support; Radio service summary -- Capacity building for Yolngu -- Appendix 1 : Report to ARDS on the use of satellite delivery of radio signals across north-east Arnhem Land / prepared by John Mitchell -- Appendix 2: Sample copies of some of the letters of support we have received -- Appendix 3: Survey to determine the need for a Community Development Radio Service
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
65 pages, 29 pages in various pagings
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, maps, portrait

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