After the Licensure: Promoting
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While there is not a formal, legal definition of community radio, according to Reed and Hanson (2007) its key defining features are localism and access. This master’s project intends to address the gap in research regarding the process emergent community radio stations use to develop initial programming that promotes localism and access. This project examines the importance of community identification in the development of programming and focuses on the influence that a community radio station’s commitment to hyper‐local programming can have in attracting a participating community.