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World Radio Day is celebrated with the aim of explaining the importance of radio in freedom of expression, public debate and the spread of education. It also encourages decision makers to establish and provide information through radio, increase networking and provide a kind of international cooperation among broadcasters.
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Spain Radio Academy first proposed in 2010 to celebrate World Radio Day on February 13. It was then declared by UNESCO member states in the year 2011 and adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in 2012. After this, UNESCO first celebrated this day on 13 February 2012 as World Radio Day. Since then, World Radio Day started being celebrated on this day all over the world. Actually 13 February is also the anniversary of United Nations Radio. It started on the same day in the year 1946.
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Every year UNESCO in association with broadcasters, organizations and communities around the world organizes a variety of programs on the occasion of Radio Day. Also on this day, the importance of radio as a medium of communication is discussed and awareness is spread. It is also informed that radio is a service through which not only radio frequency can be spoken. Rather, the affected people can also be helped when other means of communication are stalled in the time of disaster.
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On December 24, 1906, radio scientist Reginald Fensden started the radio broadcast. In 1918, Lee the Forest started the world’s first radio station in the Highbridge area of New York. But the police had called it illegal and closed it. Talking about India, the official ‘Imperial Radio of India’ started in India in the year 1936. Which became All India Radio or All India Radio after independence. Today radio has increased its reach. Where on one side, the store of knowledge is transported to the people through government radio stations. So at the same time private radio stations are taking entertainment in India to a different level. The contribution of Indian scientist Dr. Jagdish Chandra Basu has also been important in the expansion of radio. He was the first scientist to work on the optics of radio and micro waves.
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There are currently 214 community radio broadcasting centers (community radio) in India.
Radio broadcasts started in the country in the year 1923.
In the year 1936, the official ‘Imperial Radio of India’ was started in India. After independence, it came to be known as All India Radio.
In November 1941, Subhash Chandra Bose addressed the Indians from Germany on radio.