World Radio Day 2021: Theme, Quotes, History, Wishes
World Radio Day 2021: International Radio day is celebrated on 13 Feb each year, this was decided by UNESCO on 3 November 2011 in its 36th conference. The Indian PM Modi has greeted all radio stations for their great work and for providing knowledge in the medium of the podcast.
Happy World Radio Day! Greetings to all radio listeners and kudos to all those who keep the radio buzzing with innovative content and music. This is a fantastic medium, which deepens social connect. I personally experience the positive impact of radio thanks to #MannKiBaat.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) February 13, 2021
World Radio Day 2021 Theme: The theme for 2021 is “New World, New Radio“. The Purpose of 2021’s theme is;
There is the list of Themes of World Radio Day:
- For 2014: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in Radio
- For 2015: Youth and Radio,
- For 2016: Radio in Times of Emergency and Disaster,
- For 2017: Radio is You
- For 2018: Radio and Sports
- For 2019: Dialogue, Tolerance, and Peace.
- For 2020: Radio and diversity.
The World Radio Day came into existence when the member of UNESCO announced in a conference on 3rd November for celebrating Radio day at international level and the day was decided on 13 Feb. According to the Wikipedia.
The first time, in the 1920s the Radio had started the purpose starting Radio was to provide the news of the election.
Happy World Radio Day Quotes
“Radio is something that has been connecting us with the happening around the globe since forever. Happy World Radio Day.”
“You want music or you want news, you want information or you want knowledge. Everything is available on the radio. Happy World Radio Day.”
“Today is the day to honor the most amazing invention in the world which has touched many lives. Warm wishes on World Radio Day to all.”
“On the occasion of World Radio Day, let us celebrate the contribution that radio has made towards society. Wishing you a very Happy World Radio Day.”
Latest Tweets for WRD
In Ghana as in much of Africa, radio is the most popular and accessible medium. It has the biggest audience share over all other traditional media like TV and newspapers, writes @sallben22 #WorldRadioDay #NewWorldNewRadio https://t.co/7C1qOzjaNd
— The Conversation Africa (@TC_Africa) February 13, 2021
— United Nations (@UN) February 13, 2021
Today is #WorldRadioDay.The day is observed every year on this date to raise greater awareness among the public on the importance of radio.
It is also a day to remember the unique power of radio 📻 which touches lives & brings people together from every corner of the globe. pic.twitter.com/l0JyubgpkS
— All India Radio News (@airnewsalerts) February 13, 2021