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interview with editor-in-chief of Capital-FM, Capital Radio, Alaudin Osman (Malawi)


INTRO: IN MALAWI THREE PRIVATELY OWNED RADIO STATIONS IN BLANTYRE WENT OFF THE AIR FOR ALMOST FIVE HOURS THURSDAY BEFORE BEING ALLOWED TO RESUME BROADCASTING. THEY WERE FM STATIONS: CAPITAL RADIO, MALAWI INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM RADIO AND JOY RADIO. ONE DAY EARLIER, THE MALAWI COMMUNICATIONS REGULATORY AUTHORITY, OR MACRA, DIRECTED THE STATIONS TO STOP BROADCASTING LIVE REPORTS ON THE ANTI-GOVERNMENT DEMONSTRATIONS ORGANIZED BY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS. ALAUDIN OSMAN IS THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF FOR CAPITAL RADIO. HE EXPLAINED TO REPORTER LAMECK MASINA WHAT HAPPENED: CUE: Interview 3:47 minutes MC: THAT WAS THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF OF CAPITAL RADIO, ALAUDIN OSMAN. HE WAS SPEAKING WITH REPORTER LAMECK MASINA IN BLANTYRE.

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