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Broadcaster how-to guide on audio editing

admin July 16, 2018

Audio editing is the process of electronically shortening, deleting, rearranging, or cutting audio into segments. Effective audio editing can help you serve […]

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Access Agriculture: Post-harvest practices

admin July 09, 2018

Good post-harvest practices are important for getting the most from a harvest. Spoiled crops mean less food and income for farmers. A […]

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IFAJ and the Agricultural Communications Documentation Center

admin July 03, 2018

This week’s Spotlight highlights some of the training and networking opportunities offered by the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists. The IFAJ is […]

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Updated Backgrounder on Fall armyworm

admin June 18, 2018

This month, Farm Radio International published an extensively updated version of the Backgrounder on Fall armyworm (FAW) we originally published in October […]

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Guide for safe application of pesticides

admin June 11, 2018

This week’s Farmer story from Malawi mentions the possible health effects when people harvest and eat vegetables too soon after applying pesticides. […]

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FRI’s five-part radio drama: Beans, a family affair

admin June 04, 2018

Rural radio broadcasters know that many women farmers deal with gender discrimination, abuse, and sexual assault, both on the farm and at […]

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Community of practice for sharing weather information with farmers

admin May 22, 2018

This week’s Farmer story from Senegal describes how farmers need reliable, up-to-date weather information in order to plan their farming seasons. This […]

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Resources about beekeeping

admin May 14, 2018

May 20th is World Bee Day. This could be a good time to prepare a radio program about the benefits of beekeeping, […]

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Women in agricultural extension

admin May 07, 2018

One of this week’s Farmer stories highlights the gap between women and men farmers’ access to agricultural tools and training. Researchers say […]

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World Press Freedom Day

admin April 30, 2018

The 25th annual World Press Freedom Day will take place on May 3, 2018. This year’s theme is “Keeping power in check: […]

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Handbook for farmers: How to develop and manage your own community seed bank

admin April 23, 2018

Biodiversity International, a global research organization, has published a new handbook for farmers who want to set up or strengthen community seed […]

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BH2: How to effectively use wild sound in your radio program

admin April 16, 2018

Birds chirping, water gurgling in a small stream, farmers singing as they work: these are some examples of wild or ambient sound […]

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