The role of talkback radio in Hong Kong and Singapore: An initial exploration

Fitzgerald, Richard (2007) The role of talkback radio in Hong Kong and Singapore: An initial exploration. Media International Australia, 124: 87-95.

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Author Fitzgerald, Richard
Title The role of talkback radio in Hong Kong and Singapore: An initial exploration
Journal name Media International Australia   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1329-878X
Publication date 2007-08-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Issue 124
Start page 87
End page 95
Total pages 9
Editor G. Goggin
Susan Ward
Albert Moran
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher School of English, Media Studies & Art History in association with the Centre for Critical & Cultural Studies, The University of Queensland
Language eng
Subject C1
751004 The media
400199 Journalism, Communication and Media not elsewhere classified
Abstract Politicians increasingly treat radio talkback as a valuable resource through which to communicate directly with the public. Whilst research has examined the role of talkback in the public sphere in the United States, United Kingdom and recently Australia, little is known about the use of talkback in Asia. This paper begins an initial examination of the role of talkback in Singapore and Hong Kong as a vehicle for public opinion and political engagement by those who produce and host the programs.
Keyword Communication
Radio
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Additional Notes Issue title: Mapping media. Theme Editors: Susan Ward and Albert Moran

 
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