From today our members from Cameroon, Canada, the Caribbean, Gibraltar, Namibia, New Zealand and Malawi are joining in pop-up radio broadcasting for the Commonwealth Games
A roundup of recent news on radio in India: Unicef working with radio, AIR’s commitment to DRM and some fairly broad statements from the minister…
Through an audio content exchange, we’re inviting members to swap cultural stories for radio in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games
The frequency of extreme weather events around the world looks set to increase, and World Radio Day gives pause to reflect on the medium’s key role in emergencies, and how it could be better
The inside story of whistleblower Edward Snowden’s disclosures of mass surveillance will headline this year’s Radiodays Europe.
We hear from a disaster communications expert helping at Radyo Bakdaw, a station set up in storm-ravaged Guiuan, where Typhoon Haiyan made landfall
The country’s public radio broadcaster opts for a multimedia approach to reach an overlooked audience segment
Will standalone radios become a thing of the past? And is radio staying in tune with other devices?
The national broadcaster has purchased transmitters capable of analogue and digital simulcast
Sally-Ann Wilson, the Secretary-General of the CBA, has given spoken evidence to a select committee on Public Service Broadcasting from the Isle of Man’s parliament, the Tynwald.