World Radio Day Current Affairs, GK & News

February 13 is marked as the World Radio Day since 2011. This day recognises the critical role of radio throughout the human history. On the occasion of World Radio Day 2021, the event’s 10th anniversary and more than 100 years of radio’s existence is celebrated. The theme for this year is “New World, New Radio”. It highlights the ability of the radio to adapt to the fast-paced societal transformations and needs.

February 13: World Radio Day

The World Radio Day (WRD) is being celebrated across the world on February 13, 2021. This year, the marks the 10th anniversary of the proclamation of the world radio day and more than 110 years of radio. The day will be observed under the theme, “New World, New Radio”. The theme highlights the services provided ..

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February 13: World Radio Day

Every Year February 13 is being celebrated as World Radio Day. The day is being celebrated by UNESCO of United Nations. The organization calls all radio stations to uphold matters of diversity. This year the day is celebrated under the theme Theme: Radio and Diversity This year theme brings in the diversity in linguistic tolerance, ..

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World Radio Day 2019

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) every year celebrate February 13 as the World Radio Day. World Radio Day 2019 is celebrated to highlight the importance of the radio in its search for a more peaceful and tolerant world. The World Radio Day 2019 is celebrated with the theme Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace. ..

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2019 World Radio Day (WRD)

The World Radio Day (WRD) is observed every year on the 13th of February to celebrate radio as a forum for information and entertainment, as a bridge of communication for remote communities and its role in empowering people. It is also a day to remember the unique power of radio which touches lives and brings ..

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New Delhi hosts India’s first-ever radio festival

India’s first-ever radio festival has started at the UNESCO House in New Delhi on February 15, 2018 to mark World Radio Day (WRD-2018). The festival has been organised by International Association of Women in Radio and Television in partnership with UNESCO. The festival includes live performances, an exhibition, and slotted panel discussions. Apart from touching ..

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