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There was a time when radio was a very important part of our life. Radio was used as an important medium of entertainment through information, communication and songs. But after the arrival of things like television and mobile, radio is not being used as before but still its importance has not diminished. World Radio Day is celebrated every year on 13 February.
There was a time when radio was a very important part of our life. Radio was used as an important medium of entertainment through information, communication and songs. But after the arrival of things like television and mobile, the radio is not being used as before but still its importance has not diminished. On February 13, today, World Radio Day is celebrated every year. Let's know some special things related to it on the occasion of Radio Day today ...
Talk to AAP Radio has played an important role in information exchange and educating people all over the world. It was used to engage the youth in the discussion of subjects that affect them such as education, employment. It helped save the precious lives of people during natural and man-made disasters. There was also a time when there was a platform for radio journalists through whom they used to convey their reports to the world and tell their stories. Even today it is the most powerful but inexpensive means of spreading information. Although radio became an age-old medium, it is still used for communication. Also on this day in 1945, the United Nations Radio was broadcast for the first time. Given these importance of radio, World Radio Day is celebrated every year. The first World Radio Day was formally celebrated in 2012.
The Spanish Radio Academy first proposed it in 2010. In 2011, on February 13, World Radio Day was declared in the 36th session of the General Assembly of UNESCO. UNESCO's declaration on 13 February as World Radio Day was approved by the United Nations General Assembly on 14 January 2013.
Every year UNESCO in association with broadcasters, organizations and communities around the world organizes a variety of programs on the occasion of Radio Day.
On this day a healthy discussion is held about the importance of radio as a medium of communication and awareness is spread.
The theme of World Radio Day 2020 this year is 'Radio and diversity'. It is clear from the words that this time the theme is focused on diversity and multilingualism.