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Reports of the death of radio are, as ever, exaggerated – but it could re-engage with younger listeners.
From August 2014, the BBC’s four-year project followed the lives of ordinary people facing the stress of war on the home front.
Over four years, this BBC Radio 4 drama chronicled the daily lives of ordinary people dealing with the hardships of World War I.
Many computers built at Bletchley Park were dismantled and progress stalled – it would be a tragedy if the same thing happened with 5G.
A new research project is helping Nigerien women access valuable, accurate information from which they are too often cut off.
Lots of people are listening to radio in Wales, but very little of it has a Welsh voice.
Video may not kill the radio star, but podcasting and the lack of a single digital standard might.
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The British inventor of the clockwork radio and over 200 other devices has died.
Participation is needed from all role players to save Lake Victoria from further degradation.
Information about the threats facing Lake Victoria and how they're perceived are crucial to reverse the damage that's been done.
Beaming in news from far away.
The FCC has made it even easier for broadcast media conglomerates to focus on making money. The public – who own the airwaves those companies depend on – will suffer as a result.
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Five decades after its launch, BBC Local Radio faces an existential crisis and needs energy and vision to secure its future.
In Africa, communication technologies have been used in education since the late 1960s.
Information and communication technologies (ICT) offer new opportunities for improving basic education in Africa.
The British Breakfast Companion.
FirstNet could relieve emergency workers of having to carry multiple radios and other communications devices.
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A multibillion-dollar effort is just beginning to build an all-new nationwide wireless broadband network for emergency responders. How will it work, why do we need it and how will it last 25 years?
Back in the 1930s, people like this pear peddler in New York City’s Lower East Side often got their news from labor-led media.
The newspaper's new owners harken back to a tradition of labor-led media in the early part of the 20th century, which represented a bulwark against corporate power.
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Phone-in shows are among the only media options that give you the unfiltered views of the public.
PBS headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.
When the Corporation for Public Broadcasting was founded 50 years ago, it was supposed to reflect the nation's disparate voices.
Members of the grounds crew spray the field before the Opening Day game between the Washington Nationals and the Miami Marlins.
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The national pastime is more than just a sport. In this roundup, we feature stories about baseball's relationship to race, politics, the media and health.
The end is nigh!
It has died before ... but this time it's probably for keeps.
The University of Wollongong's Dr Siobhan McHugh (consulting producer on Fairfax's Phoebe's Fall podcast) speaks with Julie Snyder, Executive Producer of Serial, about making serial audio and the impact of podcasting.
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Australia's decision to take another step back from international broadcasting by ceasing its far reaching border crossing shortwave radio services has raised questions about who will fill the void.