Distant broadcasters find common ground

At first, Sonam Tshong had a tough time convincing people he was serious.  Few people believed Tshong would travel more than 10,000 kilometers from the Himalayan mountains to study broadcasting in a country that is barely visible on many world maps.  His friends and colleagues wouldn’t have thought it unusual if, on the other hand, […]

Success follows Fiji’s commercial broadcaster

Early this year, Fiji’s privately owned radio stations, FM96 and Navtarang, said good-bye to their turn-of-the-century home overlooking the tropical port of Suva. The white colonial bungalow, a one-time “house of ill repute”, had repeatedly expanded to accommodate the growing radio enterprise – until it could expand no more. The building was obviously in poor […]