Nelly Bassily | December 7, 2009
A delegation of journalists from the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC) will cover the United Nations International Conference on Climate Change (COP15), in Copenhagen, December 7-18.
Radio programs produced by these journalists will be available for download, beginning December 7. Each day of the conference, there will be three hours of programming in several languages, as well as interviews, reports, and other recordings. The AMARC website also offers documents and other resources to help community radios produce programs what’s happening in Copenhagen. It’s all available on this website: http://www.amarc.org/index.php?p=AMARC_cop15_2009.
AMARC invites community radios to use the recordings and resources to produce their own local programs. Stations that use the resources are asked to send their comments to AMARC: firstname.lastname@example.org.