||This 13-page guide, published by Farm Radio International, is meant to be used as a tool for those interested in starting a community radio station. According to the publishers, setting up a community radio station may seem overwhelming at first, but with the right resources, and with community support, it can be a rewarding experience. This guide has two main goals: to provide a general overview of some of the steps that are involved in starting up a community radio station and to provide resources for further information. It discusses how to get started, legal issues, funding options, things to think about when selecting equipment, ideas for managing a community radio station, and broadcasting tips. It also provides links to websites, publications, and other resources that may be useful when starting up a community radio station.
Source: The Soul Beat Issue 135: Community Radio for Development, 12 Aug. 2009