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Studio 49 Special:

Published lördag 29 oktober 2005 kl 06.00
Radio Nederland's Jonathan Groubert, left and Azariah Kiros of Radio Sweden, next to him, co-anchoring the programme from Amsterdam.

Should Tax Payers Finance Ethnic Broadcasting?

That was the thrust of the programme co-produced by Radio Sweden and Radio Nederland in the middle of October.

The main question was: Should European broadcasters organise special programmes in various so-called ”immigrant” languages to cater to the information needs of new arrivals or should these communities be forced to learn the language of their host country?

The issue was the subject of a heated debate between representatives from Sweden and the Netherlands on the occasion of the European Radio Day on 16 October.

Radio Sweden brings you an abridged version of the programme which originally was one-hour long. The programme was produced and hosted by Radio Nederland’s Jonathan Groubert and Azariah Kiros of Radio Sweden.

Our journalism is based on credibility and impartiality. Swedish Radio is independent and not affiliated to any political, religious, financial, public or private interests.
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