Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished ‘Blissful World Radio Day’ to “all radio listeners” on Saturday. Each year World Radio Day is well known on February 13. This year is the tenth anniversary of World Radio Day. “Kudos to all those that maintain the radio buzzing with modern content material and music. This can be a unbelievable medium, which deepens social join. I personally expertise the constructive affect of radio due to Mann Ki Baat,” PM Modi tweeted. The UNESCO this year has known as on radio stations to rejoice World Radio Day via three sub-themes: evolition, innovation and connection.
Blissful World Radio Day! Greetings to all radio listeners and kudos to all those that maintain the radio buzzing with modern content material and music. This can be a unbelievable medium, which deepens social join. I personally expertise the constructive affect of radio due to #MannKiBaat.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 13, 2021
“I personally expertise the constructive affect of radio due to #MannKiBaat.”
– PM Shri Narendra Modi. pic.twitter.com/GKjwumuFeT
— Mann Ki Baat Updates मन की बात अपडेट्स (@mannkibaat) February 13, 2021
Radio has remained probably the most resilient and far-reaching medium of communication even within the time of innumerable on-line platforms and WhatsApp. The historical past of radio goes again over 110 years. World Radio Day celebrates radio as “a part of humanity’s historical past” in keeping with the United Nations. Radio has tailored itself over the many years and performed a key function in disseminating data to individuals in distant corners of the world in instances of disaster together with the continuing Covid pandemic.
Theme of World Radio Day 2021
Evolution: “The world modifications, radio evolves – radio is resilient and sustainable”
Innovation: “The world modifications, radio adapts and innovates- radio adapts to new applied sciences and stays the go-to medium of mobility, accessible in every single place and to everybody”
Connection: “The world modifications, radio connects – radio providers our society throughout pure disasters, socio-economic crises, epidemics, and so forth.”
“New World, New Radio” is an “ode to the resilience of radio”, says the UN. World Radio Day was began in 2011 by the Member States of UNESCO and in 2012, the United Nations Common Meeting adopted it as an Worldwide Day.