Radio Day!

Dear Friends today is the Radio Day! Find the nearest event and enjoy. Click on Radio Day Wikipedia if you want to know more. I just want to tell you that I love it. I began to love radio when I was a child. I had a little radio and I listened voices and music from unknown countries. Then, in 1976, Eugenio Finardi published the lp “Sugo”. It contained La Radio… And when Nicholas Negroponte said that in the future radio will be more important than television I was happy. And -to be short- in 1990 I started to work in Vatican Radio. I am still here: the best way to know the world through the radio. Happy Birthday dear Radio!

Informazioni su Marco Di Battista

Giornalista e musicologo. È l'autore di Max 5000 e Il buio e la meridiana, due raccolte di racconti disponibili solo in formato elettronico su Amazon e iBook Store Apple. E' anche un fotografo scarso ma appassionato. La musica è la sua vita ma ama anche il design (è stato direttore di Defrag), la lettura, l'arte, il teatro, viaggiare ecc. ecc. He is journalist and musicologist. He is the author of Max 5000, ten short stories published in epub format on Amazon and iBook Store Apple. He published also Il buio e la meridiana, only in italian language. He is also a a poor photographer but passionate. Music is his life but he loves also design (he was editor in chief of Defrag Magazine), he loves to read, art in general, theatre, to travel, etc etc
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Una risposta a Radio Day!

  1. Marco Di Battista ha detto:

    This year, the UNESCO theme for World Radio Day is “Radio in Times of Emergency and Disaster”. Radio still remains the medium that reaches the widest audience worldwide, in the quickest possible time.

    Through World Radio Day celebrations around the world, UNESCO will promote radio in times of emergency and disaster, and put forward the following messages:

    Freedom of expression and journalists’ safety should be disaster-proof.
    Radio empowers survivors and vulnerable people, whose right to privacy is to be respected.
    Radio has social impact and provides access to information. People’s right to information should be protected even in times of emergency and disaster.
    Radio saves lives.
    The immediate accessibility of radio frequencies is essential to saving lives. These frequencies should be protected so they are available in times of emergency.

    On 13 February, international broadcasters will broadcast live on UNESCO’s dedicated website,

    Through National Commissions for UNESCO Field Offices and partner organisations, World Radio Day will be celebrated worldwide. UNESCO will also provide copyright free articles, audio and video messages from opinion leaders, celebrities, and UNESCO Goodwill Ambassadors related to radio for use by broadcasters on World Radio Day.

    UNESCO invites all countries to celebrate World Radio Day by planning activities in partnership with regional, national and international broadcasters, non-governmental organizations, national authorities, the media and the public.


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