Resources

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Audio recording tips

admin June 19, 2017

There’s no good radio without good audio. Quality recordings make the difference between captivating listening and annoying noise. Audio quality is also […]

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Hate speech: A five-point test

admin June 12, 2017

Radio and newspapers are a great way for people and organizations to get their message across. But they place journalists and broadcasters […]

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Farm Radio Resource Pack #106

admin June 05, 2017

Farm Radio International is pleased to announce the publication of our latest Resource Pack. Our broadcasting partners have received copies of Resource Pack #106 by […]

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Online privacy for journalists

admin May 29, 2017

Personal privacy is important. But for journalists who must protect information and sources, privacy can have even greater implications. In the digital […]

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World Environment & Ocean Days

admin May 22, 2017

World Environment Day is June 5, and this year’s theme is “With Nature.” This is a great day to discuss the importance […]

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Conservation agriculture

admin May 15, 2017

Two Farmer stories this week discuss conservation agriculture (CA), which is an approach to managing farm ecosystems. CA emphasizes protecting the soil—and […]

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Press Freedom 2017

admin May 08, 2017

The rise of “fake news” coincides with a fall in press freedom, according to two recent reports. Both Reporters Without Borders (Reporteurs […]

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Fall armyworm: Resources and information

admin April 24, 2017

The fall armyworm is threatening farmers across Africa, devastating valuable maize harvests, as well as crops such as sorghum, soybeans, groundnuts, and […]

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Broadcaster how-to guide: How to conduct an effective panel discussion

admin April 17, 2017

A panel discussion is a conversation on a specific subject between an interviewer (usually the program host) and two or more interviewees. […]

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Access Agriculture: Post-harvest practices

admin April 10, 2017

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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Cassava mosaic disease

admin March 27, 2017

This week’s issue of Barza Wire is all about cassava mosaic disease, and so our Resource shares sources of information to learn […]

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World Water Day

admin March 20, 2017

March 22 is World Water Day, a good day to talk about access to clean water. More than 660 million people worldwide […]

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