Posted: 16 Feb 2010"[W]ith its TV and radio stations upgraded and a newspaper about to launch, the poor island nation is constructing a genuine media sector thanks to Australian funding and expertise. Over the past two years overseas aid program AusAID has put almost $450,000 into the project, overseen by former ABC broadcaster Rod Henshaw, now interim media director for the Nauru government. ... The TV station carries local content as well as broadcasting the ABC's Australia Network. A new transmitter means the station can be heard all over the island." Sally Jackson, The Australian, 15 February 2010.
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