Learn how to become a radio journalist
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Radio is a very democratic medium. It’s based on an old and simple, but much-loved, technology that can reach remote places where the internet is still a luxury. According to UNESCO (UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), at least 75 per cent of households in the developing world have access to a radio, which is used to learn, stay connected with local communities, or just for entertainment.
In this how-to audio guide, radio journalist John Escolme reveals tips and tricks to help print journalists widen their skills and expand their potential audience beyond the realm of print papers and even of the internet.