Illustrated Booklet: RadioActive! The Story of Interactive Radio in Africa

‘RadioActive! The Story of Interactive Radio in Africa’ is an accessible and engaging starting point for radio stations to create interactive programmes. It was developed by Africa’s Voices and our partners, and now forms one part of the training we provide our media partners when planning interactive shows with them.

Explore the guide below, read Dackson’s story, and find out why interactive shows are a huge opportunity across the African continent (you can expand the presentation to full screen).

Based on findings from the Politics and Interactive Media in Africa research project (led by the University of Cambridge’s Centre of Governance and Human Rights), the guide was developed in partnership with The Internews Center for Innovation and Learning, The University of Nairobi and The University of Zambia.

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