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Regions: Latin America and the Caribbean

The Mexican government has sided with radio and TV monopolies owned by private capital. Alternative and cultural radio stations are still excluded from the Mexican radio and television law. Only a few broadcasting community and cultural radios have licenses, due to social pressure and the work of civil organizations. Indigenous communities which since centuries have been excluded and relegated to poverty and marginalization, need media access to freely express their voices and to participate in public decision making.

Radio Huayacocotla La Voz de los Campesinos (Radio Huaya) has...


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