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How to make great radio on a shoestring budget using Audioboo and Airtime Pro.

How to make great radio on a shoestring budget using Audioboo and Airtime Pro. | Bilingual News for Students | Scoop.it
Technology is opening up broadcast to a new wave of radio producers and presenters. Audioboo's Kate Arkless Gray takes us through the revolution and shows how new online services like Airtime Pro and Audioboo open up the spectrum to everyone.

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UNESCO Turns On the Radio: World Radio Day, Feb. 12, 2012 | IPS ipsnews.net

UNESCO Turns On the Radio: World Radio Day, Feb. 12, 2012 | IPS ipsnews.net | Bilingual News for Students | Scoop.it

PARIS, Nov 11 , 2011 (IPS) - The demise of radio has been predicted for many years, but the medium is adapting, transforming and proving to be a cost-effective tool in development, experts say.

 

"Radio is cheap, portable and has enormous potential for local and national growth," says Mirta Lourenço, chief of the media development section of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO).

 

The Paris-based agency this week approved a proposal from Spain to proclaim an annual World Radio Day set for Feb. 13 which will be observed in a variety of ways by UNESCO’s 195 member states.

 

"The aim is to promote community radio and also to celebrate the service radio provides," Lourenço told IPS. "It was felt that radio had not been adequately recognised for its many services to humankind."


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