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World Radio Day

Cereal listeners at SYN

Friday 14 February, 2014

For World Radio Day this week, SYN celebrated with a 'Get Cereal, literally' event in the morning and finished the day by combining the weekly music meeting with a World Radio Day SYN volunteer party.

World Radio Day - Eardrum style

Thursday 13 February, 2014

He’s well known for living out there on the edge, but in an effort to create awareness about World Radio Day today, Ralph van Dijk has outdone himself.

The founder of audio specialist agency Eardrum and the man responsible for the Commercial Radio Australia Brand Campaign, has gone on ‘visual strike’ by sewing his eyes shut.

It's World Radio Day!

Wednesday 12 February, 2014

Today is UNESCO's World Radio Day. 

World Radio Day was proclaimed Feburary 13 in 2011 by UNESCO. On the same date in 1946, the United Nations radio was proposed by UNESCO's Director-General to help provide an international news and information service on a free platform.

Objectives of the day are to raise greater awareness among the public and the media of the importance of radio, to encourage decision makers to establish and provide access to information through radio, and to enhance networking and international cooperation among broadcasters.

World Radio Day: what will you be doing?

Wednesday 15 January, 2014

Feburary 13 is UNESCO's annual World Radio day and with this years event fast approaching, radioinfo wants to know what you and your station has planned to celebrate!

World Radio Day was proclaimed Feburary 13 in 2011 by UNESCO. On the same date in 1946, the United Nations radio was proposed by UNESCO's Director-General to help provide an international news and information service on a free platform.

World Radio Day: Why radio still matters

Wednesday 13 February, 2013

Steve Ahern’s personal insights into world radio, and why it still matters.

 

In Sydney, Australia this week, a caller to ABC local radio asked for 702’s informative broadcasts to reach younger listeners by simulcasting on FM. In Juba, the capital of the world’s newest country, South Sudan, listeners rang in to praise radio stations for the important work they are doing in rebuilding their country. 

Both events show that radio is still important and relevant to people in every part of the world.

 

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