Abstract

Private radio stations have multiplied in Mali during recent years. Radio Parana is a rural station that broadcasts in a minority language spoken in the areas of San and Tominian, in the southeast of the country. In their desire to validate the cultural patrimony of this region, the station owners have from the very beginning included in their line-up a program on stories. That broadcast is undeniably successful among its listeners, as are the cassettes (31 as of now) that they have produced. This article focuses on the impact of a media practice such as this upon oral literature and also upon the storytellers who have been invited by the radio

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Additional Information

ISSN
1527-2044
Print ISSN
0034-5210
Pages
pp. 136-147
Launched on MUSE
2007-09-26
Open Access
No
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