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Reflections on the Past, Questions of the Future--Public Service Broadcasting: A Case Study of The Bahamas Broadcasting System,
Unformatted Document Text:  31 18. Interview with Elva Russell-Rolle, Nassau, Bahamas, July 16, 1998. 19. “H.E. Opens New Broadcasting Station,” Nassau Tribune, January 27, 1939, 1. 20. "The Story Behind ZNS Station," Nassau Tribune, September 2, 1959, 8. 21. BNA CO 10295/143. 22. "Out Island Broadcast Popular," Nassau Tribune October 8, 1943, 1. 23. “ZNS Calling,” Nassau Guardian, September 3, 1949. 24. “H.R.H. The Governor Broadcasts to People of the Bahamas,” Nassau Guardian, May 26, 1942, 1. 25. “Overseas Telephone Communication and Broadcasting,” Nassau Guardian, June 21, 1941, 1-2. 26. BNA CO 23/620. 27. In 1947 the Broadcasting Advisory Committee invited two experts (one in the field of music and the other in programming) from abroad to advise the ZNS on studio organization and to train studio personnel. Thomas Murray was the Music Officer to the British Council. Ernest Morgan was Program Manager of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Both men studied the broadcasting situation in The Bahamas and presented a report. See colonial papers BNA CO 10288, vol. 1 “Murray Report” and “Morgan Report.” 28. Juliette Storr, "Changes and Challenges: A History of the Development of Broadcasting in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, 1930-1980," (Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio University, 2000), 193-5. 29. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/156. 30. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/219-36. Today the International Telecommunication Union regulates the electromagnetic spectrum. 31. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/229. 32. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/224. 33. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/270. 34. Ibid. 35. Michael Craton and Gail Saunders, Islanders in the Stream: A History of Bahamian People (Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1998), 316. 36. “BNA CO 26, 1972 (Appendix), 36.

Authors: Storr, Juliette.
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18. Interview with Elva Russell-Rolle, Nassau, Bahamas, July 16, 1998.
19. “H.E. Opens New Broadcasting Station,” Nassau Tribune, January 27, 1939, 1.
20. "The Story Behind ZNS Station," Nassau Tribune, September 2, 1959, 8.
21. BNA CO 10295/143.
22. "Out Island Broadcast Popular," Nassau Tribune October 8, 1943, 1.
23. “ZNS Calling,” Nassau Guardian, September 3, 1949.
24. “H.R.H. The Governor Broadcasts to People of the Bahamas,” Nassau Guardian,
May 26, 1942, 1.
25. “Overseas Telephone Communication and Broadcasting,” Nassau Guardian, June
21, 1941, 1-2.
26. BNA CO 23/620.
27. In 1947 the Broadcasting Advisory Committee invited two experts (one in the field of
music and the other in programming) from abroad to advise the ZNS on studio organization and
to train studio personnel. Thomas Murray was the Music Officer to the British Council. Ernest
Morgan was Program Manager of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Both men studied the
broadcasting situation in The Bahamas and presented a report. See colonial papers BNA CO
10288, vol. 1 “Murray Report” and “Morgan Report.”
28. Juliette Storr, "Changes and Challenges: A History of the Development of
Broadcasting in the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, 1930-1980," (Ph.D. dissertation, Ohio
University, 2000), 193-5.
29. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/156.
30. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/219-36. Today the International Telecommunication Union
regulates the electromagnetic spectrum.
31. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/229.
32. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/224.
33. BNA CO 10288, vol. 1/270.
34. Ibid.
35. Michael Craton and Gail Saunders, Islanders in the Stream: A History of Bahamian
People (Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1998), 316.
36. “BNA CO 26, 1972 (Appendix), 36.


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