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1970

The WACC Journal begins publication under the general editorship of German journalist Hans-Wolfgang Hessler. In 1976, Swiss journalist and theologian Dr Michael Traber is invited to become editor, the beginning of a long period in which the journal becomes internationally recognised for its coverage of communication for development and the global South.

In 1970 the North American Broadcast Section of WACC (NABS-WACC) is inaugurated in Chicago.

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