Internews: Interactive Radio
How radio can make space for all voices
Radio is so commonplace, so low-tech, that it is easily taken for granted. But radio is truly unique in its ability to connect two-way, one-to-many, and many-to-many conversations. Cambridge’s research shows that in Kenya and Zambia, almost everyone listens to radio. And of those who listen, most listen to interactive shows. The Internews toolkit provides tips and exercise to help hosts make the most of these shows.