Stockwell talks about community radio around the world from Tunisia

Mar 24, 2015 1:28 pm
[caption width="200" align="alignright"] Norman Stockwell of WORT in Madison, WI.[/caption]Norman Stockwell, operations coordinator for WORT (89.9-FM) in Madison, WI, in Tunisia at AMARC's World Forum of Free Media discussed the forum, the recent terrorist attack at the museum on Tunis, and impact of community radio around the world, in a phone call with Wave Farm Radio. The 4th edition of the World Forum of Free Media (WFFM) is from March 22-28, at the El Manar University in Tunis. The World Forum of Free Media was born as part of the World Social Forum. Bloggers, radio activists, journalists, developers, hackers, academics, and independent researchers gather at the conference to discuss issues related to community media, and access. The WFFM begins two days before the World Social Forum, which convenes from March 24-28, and continues for the duration of that event. This edition of WFFM will also is also constructing the World Charter of Free Media, with the draft Charter here: