The future of the Pacific Media Centre – David Robie talks to Radio 531pi


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By Ma’a Brian Sagala

Radio 531pi’s Ma’a Brian Sagala talks to the retired founding director of the Pacific Media Centre, Professor David Robie, and Tahitian researcher and advocate Ena Manuireva on the Pacific Days show about uncertainties over the centre’s future.

Pacific Media Network (PMN) podcast, 26 March 2021. Republished with permission.

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