Read this: Why is the BBC cutting Hindi radio from the World Service? | Sam Miller | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk
Summary: Most of the rest of the BBC's decisions to cut or trim services were sad but predictable an acknowledgement that small audiences are probably the strongest reason to stop broadcasting to a particular part of the world, or in a particular language. Hindi radio has a very large audience, over 10 million regular weekly listeners with many more unmeasured in the conflict-ridden tribal areas of central India. That figure has come down significantly over the last decade, but it's still, in World Service terms, and in the context of international radio broadcasting, a huge listenership. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Why is the BBC cutting Hindi radio from …
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