Radio programming

Radio can be a vital tool to reach a wide audience.

We use radio programmes to share lifesaving information with communities, and as a platform to encourage open discussions and feedback on a range of important topics.

These tools and resources will enable you to use radio programming effectively.

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3 July 2019

World Radio Day Poster

Type:

Infographic

Organisation:

IFRC

An IFRC 'Radio is You' poster to celebrate World Radio Day, on 13 February 2017.

  • Communication
  • Information
  • Radio

3 July 2019

World Radio Day Poster

Type:

Infographic

Organisation:

IFRC

An IFRC 'Radio is You' poster to celebrate World Radio Day, on 13 February 2017.

  • Communication
  • Information
  • Radio

3 July 2019

World Radio Day Poster

Type:

Infographic

Organisation:

IFRC

An IFRC 'Radio is You' poster to celebrate World Radio Day, on 13 February 2017.

  • Communication
  • Information
  • Radio

3 July 2019

World Radio Day Poster

Type:

Infographic

Organisation:

IFRC

An IFRC 'Radio is You' poster to celebrate World Radio Day, on 13 February 2017.

  • Communication
  • Information
  • Radio

29 June 2019

Broadcasting Live Radio Programs on Disaster Preparedness and Response through Community Radio Stations: Guidelines

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

IFRC

IFRC Guidelines on ‘Broadcasting Live Radio Programs on Disaster Preparedness and Response Through Community Radio Stations’. They cover the role of community radio in providing information to communities in Bangladesh.

  • Communication
  • Disaster
  • Information

27 June 2019

A guide to radio distribution

Type:

Tool

Organisation:

Internews

A Radio Distribution Module, which details what the Internews Humanitarian Information Services team learned working in South Sudan. Additional resources are available on the Internews website: https://internews.org/.

  • Communication
  • Participation
  • Radio