World Radio Day interview by CfCSC
To celebrate World Radio Day, Monday, February 13, The University of Queensland's School of Journalism and Communication poses the question is 'radio is still relevant'.
Providing an academic perspective is Associate Professor Pradip Thomas is a leading academic in the area of communication and social change, communication rights and the political economy of communications in India, and has a particular interest in community radio.
Drawing on his twenty-plus year experience as a broadcaster, Anthony Frangi provides a practitioners perspective. Anthony is one of Australia's most respected communicators, trainers and broadcasters, who began his career in community radio and is currently undertaking research into the role of radio in disaster communication internationally.