Global Tribune Desk: Yesterday United Nations Celebrated World Radio Day. The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres focussed on the enduring power of radio to promote diversity to build a peaceful world on World Radio Day yesterday. This was his video message .
In the modern era of 21st-century radio remains the most used mass-communication as it comes closer through the ear. So it has been a source of innovation that pioneered interaction with audiences. It’s the most effective way of delivering information in remote corners where having the right knowledge can mean the difference a harvest and hunger, between feeling confident or humiliated, or even between life and death.
Radio presents a fascinated display of diversity in its formats, in its languages and among radio professionals themselves. It is so much trusted that people often refer to the voices on the radio as their “friends”.