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Traveling throughout the Pacific over a period of six years, Robert Seward listened to the radio wherever he went. From the Solomon Islands to Vanuatu to Fiji to Tonga to Hawai'i, he tuned in and listened. He recorded broadcasts, he sat for days in radio stations and newsrooms, he met the people who ran them, and he talked to folks who listened. Here is a highly readable, insightful, and unexpected look at the media-scape of the Pacific.
University of Hawai'i Press
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