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This chapter analyzes the role of the state in Indigenous audio media, focusing on governmental oversight at Australia’s largest country music station, and also one of Australia’s more successful Aboriginal-run broadcasters, 4AAA “Murri Country” radio. 4aaa is both a successful broadcaster and an educational institution, one that seeks to support young Indigenous Australians by providing educational certification in media and other technical and workplace skills. Training young Indigenous Australians has also provided a means to secure financial resources at a time when governmental support for Indigenous broadcasting has decreased. These endeavors also implicate media organizations in additional regimes of fiscal...

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