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The UNESCO Courier - Volume 2020, Issue 1, 2020

Volume 2020, Issue 1, 2020

First the arrival of television, then the emergence of the internet, followed by the eruption of social networks – all these should have gotten the better of it. Yet, radio continues to broadcast and echo what is happening in the world today. Certainly, after a century of existence, the medium has changed. Transistors have given way to computers and mobile phones. The invention of the podcast in the 2000s has made it possible to develop new kinds of radio scripts and create programming that is free of the constraints of live broadcasts. Is radio out of date ? No, stronger and more vibrant than ever!

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