Radio is widespread and accessible to everyone, but some farmers miss out on critical agricultural knowledge if they cannot purchase a radio set.
Luckily, listeners can tune in to the radio right from their mobile phone, even if it’s not a smartphone.

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A mini-doc is a story with action and emotion, and it engages the listener in a way that straight facts and information can’t. A mini-doc takes the listener to a place they can mentally visualize. When people can “see” a place or a person in a story, they will listen more intently.

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Audio editing software enables broadcasters to edit audio files and recordings and combine them to generate new audio files and recordings. There are several different kinds of audio editing software that can be downloaded or purchased.

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There is a huge amount of information and an enormous number of stories available in print, on the internet, in television, in film, and in other media. Some of this information and these stories can be adapted to create effective, entertaining, and informative radio broadcasts.

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It is important to remember that what may seem like a normal, everyday issue for some may be a highly sensitive issue for others. As broadcasters, we need to take into account the sensitivities of our listeners and develop programs that address their needs in a way that makes them feel comfortable and allows them to participate freely in programs.

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A tape talk is part live interview and part recorded voice and sound. The host interviews a reporter and, as part of his or her answers to the host’s questions, the reporter uses audio clips to help tell the story.

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Wild sound is any natural or human sound that is recorded in a particular location and incorporated into a program. It can refer be recorded in the background of a main recording or to sounds that are recorded separately and later mixed into a program.

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