The power of radio during British-mandated Palestine
On 30 March 1936, the Palestinian Broadcasting Service hit the radio waves.
The new service, referred to as PBS, catered to the growing population in British-mandated Palestine that included Palestinian Arabs, Palestinian Jews and the British.
In this month's Mid-East Junction, we take a look at the short life of the PBS and the role it played in airing culture, news and social programmes aimed at all the three different audiences.
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