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How much do music artists earn online? [INFOGRAPHIC]

How much do music artists earn online? [INFOGRAPHIC] | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
Infographics & Data Visualization - Home · advertisement · home · Business · Startups · Media · Marketing · Advertising · Small Business · Entertainment · Photography · Movies · Music ... How much do music artists earn online?
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Digging Radio 2.0 for Good Solutions. How connected radios offer engaging audio experience and empower e-listeners communities when getting “smart” on the Networks
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World RADIO DAY Madrid 2013 Synthesis

Synthesis of World RADIO DAY Madrid 2013

Sintesis del Día Mundial de la Radio Madrid 2013
13/02/203


Homenaje internacional ' Tribute to Radio', Interesante Cara a Cara 'La Magia de la Radio', estudio 'Los Jóvenes y la Radio', gran debate 'Reinventar la radio' previo a la Gala de la Academia

· Organizadores: Actuonda, Academia Española de la Radio, Ayuntamiento de Pozuelo de Alarcón
· Patrocinadores Gold: CIRES21, Cristaliza, Audioemotion, Save Diffusion
· Con el apoyo nacional de AERC, FORTA, AERO, Instituto RTVE, ARU, Ocendi, Universidad Carlos 3 de Madrid, Tecnología 2.0, Know Media, Aire, Periodista Digital
· World Radio Day is an event supported by UNESCO and World Radio Day International Committee (AER, URTI, EBU/UER, ITU, ASBU, AIR, AMARC, AIBD, BNNRC, AUB, ABU and Spanish Radio Academy)

For more info, please contact Nicolas Moulard moulard@actuonda.com @Radio_20


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How to create radio public service announcements in emergencies ? BBC Media Action

How to create radio public service announcements in emergencies ? BBC Media Action | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

The BBC Media Action team in India are used to tight deadlines. But last October, we faced a deadline with a difference: after cyclone Phailin hit the eastern state of Odisha, we had 72 hours to script, produce and broadcast three radio public service announcements to provide life-saving information to those affected.

The key issues that we needed to communicate immediately to those reeling from the cyclone were: how to make drinking water safe, how to avoid diarrhoea and avoid danger in flood water.

Then in the two months after the cyclone we produced a further eight PSAs, which were played on loudspeakers on auto-rickshaws in remote areas of Odisha where there’s no radio reception.  

Here’s what our team learned about how to use radio/audio to help save lives in such an emergency:

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La radio : Parent pauvre de la formation journalistique ? Les réponses brutes au questionnaire de l'Atelier des Medias RFI

La radio : Parent pauvre de la formation journalistique ? Les réponses brutes au questionnaire de l'Atelier des Medias RFI | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

En attendant la table ronde que nous enregistrons ce vendredi à Brest, voici un avant goût des réponses que nous avons obtenues au questionnaire mis en ligne la semaine dernière. 156 personnes ont pris le temps de répondre, nous les en remercions infiniment. Il se dégage plusieurs éléments intéressants que nous vous laissons découvrir ci-dessous et que nous analyserons bientôt.

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Waves of life: the role of radio in Bhutanese refugee camps in Nepal

Our perceptions of mass media often reduce the medium to a device of communication. The
extent of its function is dependent on its capacity to distribute information and its impact is
rooted in the nature and assimilation of its content. Anthropologists, however, have expanded
our understanding of media, examining the ways in which it penetrates our quotidian lives,
contributes to our sociality, embodies and shapes cultures and factors into our very identities
and perceptions. In this paper, I have characterized radios’ use in Bhutanese refugee camps in
accordance with this broadened frame of analysis.

The presence of radio provides company and a framework for daily life, structuring the
domestic space and community. Additionally, it is an integral part of how refugees perceive
and interact with their environment. It impacts their relationship with time and contributes to
a sense of home. It is also an extension of their senses. It functions as their eyes and ears
where they are not present. It bridges refugees within the camps and to the diaspora, while
also providing a window to the surrounding community and world.

Radio also contributes to the formation of refugees’ imagined futures. It imports visions of
the world, providing them with the hope of a life outside of the camps. In a way, radio can
also be thought of as facilitating refugees’ future. Exposing them to the outside world, which
they will soon be a part of, might enable them to better integrate into other communities once
they resettle.

In determining the capacities of radio, it is also important to understand its limitations.
Therefore, more research is required to examine whether radio is an empowering force for
refugees. Though a technological device, radio has become a presence in refugees’ lives –
one that mediates how they experience and navigate their reality.

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Radio Bakdaw in the Philippines – Providing a Voice for the Local Community | Internews

Radio Bakdaw in the Philippines – Providing a Voice for the Local Community | Internews | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

“It was really very difficult. We wanted to reach out to our families after the storm. But we had no way of contacting them,” said Dianne Ecleo, a resident of Guiuan, Eastern Samar. Residents in this region of the Philippines were left without any means of communication after Typhoon Haiyan hit in November 2013.

With local DJs and technicians, Internews launched Radio Bakdaw ("Rise" in the local language) to provide much-needed news and information, as well as a way for residents to get their voices heard.

“Whenever we have problems, we now go to the radio,” said Alice Padua, another Guiuan resident. “And they give us answers right away. The provide solutions.”

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Interesting World Radio Day podcast series on SOAS Radio web site

Interesting World Radio Day podcast series on SOAS Radio web site | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

SOAS Radio is an online station and social media enterprise based at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

We work with students and academics to produce radio programmes, sharing the knowledge of SOAS with a world-wide audience and helping students engage directly with the parts of the world they are studying. 

The station produces speech and music programmes working with students, staff and like-minded communities, and contributions from leading international figures in education, politics, the arts and the media.

Notable recordings include the former Prime Minister of Mozambique Luisa Diogo, Noam Chomsky, Fatima Bhutto, Bollywood director Yash Chopra, Entrepreneur Danny Choo, Manu Chao, Amadou and Mariam and Jarvis Cocker.

Zeinab Badawi, BBC Presenter said: "As both a broadcast journalist and a SOAS alumna, I'm pleased to see the growth of SOAS Radio. It's an outlet for the incredible diversity of voices at the School as well as a much-needed training ground for the next generation of broadcasters."

The station hosts the course Presenting World Music on Radio  with Lucy Duran, presenter of the programmes World Routes and Music Planet on BBC Radio 3, and Carlos Chirinos, Station Manager of SOAS Radio. The course was the recipient of the Director's Teaching Prize 2009 for its combination of academic and practical learning outcomes.

SOAS Radio regularly acts as consultant of Communication for Development projects in the UK and Africa. Recently, we have worked in the Republic of Congo, Tanzania and Mozambique. We contributed to the setting-up and running of Biso na Biso, a community radio station for the Forest semi-nomadic Indigenous People in the North-East Republic of Congo:    Biso na Biso.

SOAS Radio is supported by SOAS and SOAS Students' Union.

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Comment les journalistes radio sont-ils formés ? | InaGlobal

Comment les journalistes radio sont-ils formés ? | InaGlobal | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Ziad Maalouf anime « l’Atelier des médias » sur RFI. Il vient de mener une enquête sur la formation radio des journalistes


Les formations ne peuvent pas tout mais elles doivent, il me semble, développer la curiosité, la culture, la technique et la créativité radiophonique. Le font-elles suffisamment ?

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Le Jardin des Délices à 360 - Ouvrez grand vos yeux et vos oreilles (Grand Prix de création sonore en multicanal remporté par Vincent Munsch lors du concours nouvoson 2013)

Le Jardin des Délices à 360 - Ouvrez grand vos yeux et vos oreilles (Grand Prix de création sonore en multicanal remporté par Vincent Munsch lors du concours nouvoson 2013) | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
Deux subjectivités d'artistes, l'un du son l'autre de l'image, pour traduire l'émotion ressentie face au Jardin des Délices de Jérôme Bosch.


Cette oeuvre est le résultat final du Grand Prix de création sonore en multicanal remporté par Vincent Munsch lors du concours nouvoson 2013, qui lui a permis de bénéficier d'une commande de Radio France Nvx médias. A l'oeuvre sonore proposée, Radio France a souhaité associer la réalisatrice Eve Ramboz et la société de production CALM pour la partie animation visuelle.

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La Academia de la Radio celebra el Día Mundial de este medio entregando sus premios anuales | Panorama Audiovisual

La Academia de la Radio celebra el Día Mundial de este medio entregando sus premios anuales | Panorama Audiovisual | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Coincidiendo con el Día Mundial de la Radio que se celebra hoy, 13 de febrero, la Academia Academia de las Artes y las Ciencias Radiofónicas de España entrega sus premios anuales. Este día internacional fue proclamado por la UNESCO y ratificado por la Asamblea General de Naciones Unidas gracias a la iniciativa emprendida por esta Academia en colaboración con el Gobierno de España.

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El Premio de la Academia a la innovación tecnológica ha ido para AEQ por el desarrollo por el desarrollo del primer sistema de automatización de emisoras Mar System en 1998 y sus versiones posteriores hasta el actual Audio Plus
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La Radio du temps | RADIOVISIONS de Aude Messager pour Radio France #WRD14

La Radio du temps | RADIOVISIONS de Aude Messager pour Radio France #WRD14 | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
La Radio Du Temps est un objet d'acclimatation du futur, une radio thématique dont la diffusion permet de développer une « culture du climat ».
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Día Mundial de la Radio: del transistor a la era digital sin perder la 'frecuencia' de la magia | PRNoticias

Día Mundial de la Radio: del transistor a la era digital sin perder la 'frecuencia' de la magia | PRNoticias | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Un medio que con el paso del tiempo ha evolucionado del transistor a la emisora digital sin perder la 'frecuencia' de la magia. Hoy 13 de febrero celebramos el Día Mundial de la Radio con un especial que empieza en este artículo, pero que continuará con varios más a lo largo de la jornada y con una programación especial en las emisoras del grupo prnoticias:OndaCRO, Onda Inversión Onda Mujer. Destacados nombres de la radio de nuestro país pasarán por sus micrófonos y otros han querido dejarnos mensajes en este día tan especial.


ALFONSO RUIZ DE ASSIN (Secretario General de la AERC)

'La Radio es un medio absolutamente libre de pago, de acceso gratuito y fácil a todos los ciudadanos. Juega un papel vertebrador, educativo, cultural e informativo en todas las sociedades del mundo. Es un papel que además no tienen otros medios de Comunicación'

PACO GARCÍA CARIDAD (director de Radio Marca)

'La Radio es la palabra escrita contada con la voz. Es una comunicación muy directa que estás escuchando en el momento. Los locutores estamos comunicando con la voz pero también estamos al mismo tiempo convenciendo con la voz. Es una interacción muy cálida que no se da en otros medios'.

ALFREDO MENÉNDEZ (presentador de Las Mañanas de RNE)

'La Radio es un medio que no es nada tiránico porque te permite hacer otras cosas mientras le estás escuchando. Uno de sus principales encantos es precisamente que a pesar de que te acompaña no obliga al oyente a estar absolutamente pendiente de ti como locutor.'

LUIS DEL OLMO (figura histórica de la Radio)

'La Radio es participación. Sus oyentes están presentes en cada momento del año y del día. De madrugada, por la noche, por la tarde, días de fiesta y días de trabajo. Cualquiera puede escuchar la Radio y en cualquier momento y en cualquier lugar'. 'La Radio además es salud, es vida, es imaginación, es el medio más poderoso que hay en el mundo'. 'La Radio no va a morir nunca y continuará siendo noticia durante mil años'.

MANU CARREÑO (director de ‘Carrusel Deportivo’ Cadena SER)

‘La Radio es más directa, tiene más peso la palabra. Hay más opinión, tertulia y destaca por la inmediatez, desde cualquier lugar del mundo puedes informar en directo con tan sólo un teléfono’.

MANOLO LAMA (Deportes Cadena COPE)

‘La radio es magia, imaginación, información y diversión’

JESÚS GALLEGO (‘Ser Deportivos’ Cadena SER’)

‘La radio sigue teniendo una magia especial diferente porque permite a los periodistas apoyarnos en la imaginación de los oyentes para hacer más grandes las historias. Comunicar solo con palabras, música y sonidos es un arte, y la radio bien hecho tiene una profundidad en su mensaje de la que carecen otros medios’.

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Crowdfunding the Media | PBS Mediashift

Crowdfunding the Media | PBS Mediashift | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

The premise of a recent investigative report from the NPR Planet Money team is pretty old school actually — track a product from beginning to end. In this case, it was a T-shirt followed from a cotton farm in Mississippi to its final place on someone’s back, with a stop in tragedy-riddled Bangladesh in between. That kind of story has been done by documentarians and journalists for decades. But, how Planet Money funded the project, and how it built up traction for it, is what’s so innovative.

The investigation itself is notable — a great, nuanced look at the interdependence of developing and developed countries, our ignorance in what we buy, and just how tangled the global economy really is. But how the project came about has also become a news story in itself — one that showcases just how powerful crowdfunding has become for media projects.

When the team launched a Kickstarter campaign to push the project along, it set a goal of $50,000. In one day it hit that goal, and by the time the 14-day campaign was up, it had raised more than 10 times more. Total, it has raised $590,807.

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Big Data, Communities and Ethical Resilience


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The Enduring Power of Radio in the Digital Age | Mashable

The Enduring Power of Radio in the Digital Age | Mashable | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
World Radio Day reminds us not only that digital hasn't "killed the radio star," so to speak, but also that radio can help drive change around the world.

Despite the evolution of high-speed Internet and television's prevalence in today's culture, radio is still a very important and relevant medium — especially in developing nations. World Radio Day reminds us not only that digital hasn't "killed the radio star," so to speak, but also that radio can help drive change around the world.

1. 95% of the World's Population Uses Radio
2. Most Households in Developing Nations Have Radio
3. Radio Is the Only News Medium on the Rise in Russia Since 20084. Radio Signals Are More Reliable5. AM/FM Still More Popular Than Online Streaming


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Celebrating Radio as A Tool for Development — IICD

Celebrating Radio as A Tool for Development — IICD | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Today marks the World Radio Day, an initiative to encourage both major networks and community radio to promote access to information, freedom of expression and gender equality over the airwaves.

Radio used as communication tool for development continues to play a crucial role in reaching out to impoverished and illiterate communities in rural areas of Africa and Latin America. Radio programmes help increase access to relevant information in remote locations, encourage debate through interactive programmes and disseminate awareness-raising campaigns in local languages.

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Report Launch - Protecting the Rights of Children: The Role of the Media (with images, tweets) · internewsEurope

Internews Europe presented its' research project assessing the role played by media in protecting and promoting child rights. This was followed by a lively debate on what role the media can play in protecting the rights of children. The event took place Thursday 13th February 2014 in London.
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Community Radio in Somalia provides an Opportunity for Debate and Dialogue- Internews

In partnership with Star FM, a Nairobi-based Somali language radio station, Internews has established three community radio stations in Mogadishu, Gurieel and Dhusamareb. The radio stations provide independent information and provide an opportunity for debate and dialogue in a country that is emerging from 20-plus years of conflict. 

Somali Voices, one of the most popular programs broadcast on the stations, gives voice to different groups including local government, civil society organizations, youth, and IDPs, and also provides music and cultural programming. 

More information about Internews in Somalia:http://www.internews.org/where-we-wor...

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World Radio Day 2014: enduring power of radio - a conversation | Lifeline Energy

World Radio Day 2014: enduring power of radio - a conversation | Lifeline Energy | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

World Radio Day is an opportunity to celebrate the enduring power of radio across the world, and this year will pay particular attention to the role that radio plays in promoting gender equality and empowering women.

In the run-up to World Radio Day, Gemma McNeil-Walsh of SOAS Radio spoke to Uzma Sulaiman of Lifeline Energy, an organization that works to increase radio listening access across Africa through the design and distribution of solar and wind-up media players and radios.

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Koki the one and only: Youth Reporter at Moutse Community Radio in Limpopo, South Africa

When 18 year-old Koketso Seshoka would listen to DJs on his local community radio station, he knew he wanted to be one of them. Now he's a youth reporter for the Children's Radio Foundation, reaching out to young people in his community each week about the issues that affect them.

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Audio messages celebrating World Radio Day 2014 by UNESCO

World Radio Day 2014

13 February is World Radio Day — a day to celebrate radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major networks and community radio alike to promote access to information, freedom of expression and gender equality over the airwaves.

As radio continues to evolve in the digital age, it remains the medium that reaches the widest audience worldwide. It is an ideal channel to further UNESCO’s commitment to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment.

We invite all countries to celebrate World Radio Day by planning activities in partnership with regional, national and international broadcasters, non-governmental organizations, the media and the public.

On 13 February, let’s celebrate women in radio and those who support them!

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Happy #WorldRadioDay 2014 !! Such A Powerful Theater of Mind

Happy #WorldRadioDay 2014 !! Such A Powerful Theater of Mind | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

Happy World Radio Day!

The World Radio Day recognises radio as a mass medium reaching the widest audience in the world, offering powerful communication at low cost. Radio reaches remote communities and vulnerable people. It enables debate and supports efforts in emergency communication and disaster relief. But radio has another side to celebrate: it brings music, sport, entertainment, drama, local news and content to its loyal audiences. Radio is a companion to billions of people around the world. 
With a dedicated website www.egtaradioday.com egta highlights radio’s core strengths: its ability to reach a huge and engaged audience, its exceptional offer to advertisers, its creative powerand its innovation for the listeners of today and tomorrow. We encourage visitors to discover a selection of best practice examples related to promotion of radio as a medium and supporting radio brands.

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Marie-Christine Saragosse - Présidente de France Médias Monde - Journée mondiale de la radio by UNESCO World Radio Day on SoundCloud

Marie-Christine Saragosse - Présidente de France Médias Monde

Le 2 novembre dernier à Kidal dans le nord du Mali, la journaliste de RFI

Ghislaine Dupont et le technicien de reportage Claude Verlon ont été sauvagement assassinés en faisant leur métier, reporters radio. Un métier qu’ils aimaient et qu’ils exerçaient avec professionnalisme, avec passion pour défendre une valeur qui nous est essentielle, celle du droit à une information libre....

La radio est dans le quotidien de ces auditeurs, elle entre dans leurs maisons, dans leurs vies. Les journalistes et les animateurs sont presque des membres de la famille. C’est cette proximité, cette intimité, qu’aucun autre média semble t’il ne parvient à égaler, c’est un peu ça la magie de la radio. Aujourd’hui la révolution de la mobilité ne va pas distendre ce lien créé avec les FM, bien au contraire, pouvoir écouter sa radio préférée partout, transformer son téléphone intelligent en transistor, ce sont des atouts pour la radio. Pour des radios internationales comme Radio France International, comme notre RFI, comme notre Monte Carlo Doualiya (MCD), c’est également le moyen d’être écoutés dans toutes nos langues étrangères partout dans le monde. Les chiffres le prouvent, un média n’en remplace pas un autre, la durée d’écoute de la radio reste stable et celle de RFI et MCD augmente même et donc l’émergence des nouveaux médias n’écorne absolument pas la performance des radios. Défendre une information libre et équilibrée, c’est également donner à toutes et à tous sur nos antennes accès aux connaissances, au savoir, aux clés de compréhension d’un environnement complexe, qu’il soit tout proche ou qu’il soit aussi vaste que le monde y compris dans des zones isolées, dans des pays où l’expression n’est pas libre, la radio le permet. Nos radios sont des médias engagés qui ne confondent jamais objectivité et neutralité et plus que jamais nos journalistes sont sur tous les terrains pour offrir aux auditeurs du monde entier, en 14 langues, une information libre et exigeante et pour faire entendre les voix du monde

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La Igualdad De Género En La Radio | 13 feb 2014 Día Mundial de la Radio UNESCO

La Igualdad De Género En La Radio | 13  feb 2014 Día Mundial de la Radio UNESCO | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

¿Existe la libertad de expresión si nuestro acceso a la expresión está limitado? La radio, el medio que llega a más gente en el mundo, sin embargo deja aún mucho que desear en términos de igualdad de genero

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NANO RADIO : avec la technologie vient la liberté et/ou le contrôle. Video de Matt Sindall. Projet Radiovisions de RadioFrance Quelle Radio dans 50 ans ?

NANO RADIO : avec la technologie vient la liberté et/ou le contrôle. Video de Matt Sindall. Projet Radiovisions de RadioFrance Quelle Radio dans 50 ans ? | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it

«NANO RADIO / Matt Sindall» Radio France 

Nano radio

Nous vivons dans un monde où la technologie fait partie intégrante de nos vies. La proximité est presque cybernétique. Notre attachement à ces objets est devenu corporel (téléphones portables).
J'imagine le jour où cette barrière corporelle sera dépassée, traversée.
Différentes technologies peuvent être ingérés et fonctionner en harmonie au sein de notre système nerveux.
La problématique est posée : avec la technologie vient la liberté et/ou le contrôle

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Un festival de la radio et de l'écoute - La Lettre Pro de la Radio

Un festival de la radio et de l'écoute - La Lettre Pro de la Radio | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
“Un festival de la radio et de l'écoute La Lettre Pro de la Radio Chaque année depuis 11 ans maintenant, Longueur d'ondes invite à partager, le temps d'un festival, l'écoute de la radio, média du quotidien et de l'intime.”
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'Lifeline programming' is aid the media should support - SciDev.Net

'Lifeline programming' is aid the media should support - SciDev.Net | Radio Hacktive (Fr-Es-En) | Scoop.it
Should the media take on an aid role in humanitarian response? Kaz Janowski puts the case for lifeline programming.
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