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World Radio Day

World Radio Day

World Radio Day is celebrated all over the world on February 13. World's first World Radio Day was celebrated in the year 2012. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, for the first time on February 13, 2012, as World Radio Day, to highlight the role of radio in the propagation of education, freedom of expression and public debate. The United Nations Radio Anniversary is also on 13th February. The same day it was started in the year 1946. Radio has access to 95 percent of the world's population and it is the easiest means of communication reaching far-reaching communities and small groups at low costs.
UNESCO has started celebrating World Radio Day to outline this importance of radio. UNESCO first began to celebrate the world-wide radio day. A special event has been organized on this occasion at UN Headquarters in Paris, UNESCO. The world's leading radio broadcasting companies have been invited to participate in this event. These include Radio Russia. Radio Russia is one of the world's largest and oldest radio broadcasting companies. Radio Russia started its broadcast 80 years ago today Today Radio is broadcast in Russia's broadcasting world, in 44 languages, residents of all continents of the world hear.
To the point of the radio, we wanted to attract the attention of the world community so that all the world's radio stations collaborate with each other in the future.
UNESCO believes that by celebrating 'World Radio Day', the world's leading radio broadcasters, local radio stations and radio-listeners from all over the world will be brought to the same platform and it will be possible to unite them.

Related Question:-

Q.1 When was celebrated the World radio day?
A. February 13
B. February 25
C. February 20
D. February 15
Ans: February 13