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Radio Day: This year is “Radio and Peace.”

Radio has been around since the middle of the 19th century. Thus, sound waves and signals that convey messages to a designated bandwidth are used to make it operate.
Therefore, radio has been around since the middle of the 19th century. Sound waves and signals are designed to convey messages within a designated bandwidth and are used to make them operate. However, in the 20th century, radio made its way to India for Indian audiences. It took time for radio to become a well-liked mainstream media format, whereas print was already a mainstream medium. Radio was for those who could listen and comprehend information better than they could read commercials or newspapers.

This day was initially declared by the UNESCO member states in 2011. However, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) later designated it as an International Day in 2012. The 13th of February has since been celebrated as World Radio Day.
The 12th World Radio Day will emphasize “Radio and Peace.” Independent radio is emphasized as a pillar for peace operations and reconciliation by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The major goal of World Radio Day is to raise awareness of the use of radio in emergency communication during natural catastrophes. Despite the dominance of television and mobile devices, radio continues to occupy a reputable position as a music medium, a travel companion, and a means of amplifying local voices through community radio. Radio still succeeds in connecting with people as a reliable news source, despite the fake news that continues to spread on social media platforms.

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