Community Radio broadcasting is nonprofit service that is owned and managed by a particular community, usually through a trust, foundation or association. Its aim is to serve and benefit that community. It is in effect, a form of public-service broadcasting, but it serves a community rather than the whole Nation, as is the usual form of public broadcasting. In the age of multimedia and online communication, the potential of community radio to provide for effective outreach to discuss and create demand for the internet has become even greater. By using community radio and browsing the internet to respond to listeners' direct queries, by sharing information and knowledge derived from the internet, the whole community is involved and empowered with new opportunities. This book can contribute towards helping different communication professionals, students, researchers, actors, planners and radio programme producers in community radio stations to make more efficient use of community media for community development by getting people involved in clarifying issues and solving problems and in talking to each other.