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Finding A 'Radio That Is Just A Radio' In The Digital Age
« on: February 13, 2015, 1519 UTC »
I heard this piece on NPR this morning, and thought it was kind of interesting. Click the giant "play" link on the page to hear the whole story.

Finding A 'Radio That Is Just A Radio' In The Digital Age

The United Nations has declared Friday World Radio Day in celebration of radio's unique status as a "simple and inexpensive" technology with the power to reach even the most remote, marginalized communities.

But we wondered in this digital age, how hard is it to find a simple, inexpensive radio?


http://www.npr.org/2015/02/13/385716455/finding-a-radio-that-is-just-a-radio-in-the-digital-age
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