The big picture is a communication strategy
to engage 509,200 people.

The picture changes if we refocus to only include
participatory communication (do-it-ourselves) with dialogue.

Essentially there are four communication layers:

1. Within professional and special interest groups
2. Between professional and special interest groups
3. Professional and special interest group
facilitation of communication with the public
4. Public discussion (unfacilitated).

Communication tools, from a meeting room to an i-phone,
are used to enable discussion.
There is a link below to a list of potential
communication tools.

During citizen engagement projects
in the 1990s, we developed Community Communication
Needs, Skills and Resources Assessments.
See the link below.

Is NL primarily an oral culture?
(as suggested by Doug House - Against the Tide, p. 43)
If so, this would have to inform any communication strategy.


Communication
Needs, Skills, Resources

Potential
Communication Tools

Steps to Regional
Rural Radio

Social Networking
CIS/SOF

Communication Layers
Sharing Our Future

Community Television
History

Rural Broadband

Community Media Centres






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