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06
JUL
2018

#RDA18:Just One Leap

Simon Brown (Investor, Trader, Podcaster) speaks about the Just One Leap podcast series. The strategy behind it, the humble beginnings and why he does it.
06
JUL
2018

#RDA18 The Zim Sessions

Taurai Mabhachi Kufa is a displaced media activist fighting for change and
reform in his native Zimbabwe. Radio Days Africa provides a platform for the Media Technology Trust to share its ideas on the changing face of media in Zimbabwe.
06
JUL
2018

#RDA18:How To Be A Smart-Phone Storyteller

Eleanor Mannion (Journalist: RTÉ, Ireland) creates documentaries using mobile phone technology only. She’ll show you how. Join this master class to learn what tools you can use and how it is done.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18 Soul City

Not yet Uhuru is a multigenerational, informative show that provokes conversation
around critical issues that affect young women every day. The hosts tackle issues about sex,
friendship, alcohol abuse, financial independence and life in general. Join Lebo Mafoko (CEO:
Soul City) and Kgali Kedijang (Project Manager Radio Hub: Soul City) as they share the essence
of their work.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18: The Community Radio Forum

Community radio plays an integral part in South African dialogue and the sharing of information at grass-roots level. But the sector is challenged. Financial problems, staffing issues, board interference and matters around regulation and distribution appear to continually hamstring the industry. Join the Dept of Communications, Prof. Franz Krüger (Director: Wits Radio Academy), and the National Community Radio Forum as the sector is discussed.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18: Walk The Talk

There is an interesting link between building communities and
entertaining/educating audiences through content. Coupled to this is the celebration of iconic
figures within a community. As a station, Lotus FM has been through a turbulent period. The
Indian community in South Africa has suffered at the hands of the Public Broadcaster. Alan Kahn
describes how he used his talk show to become a beacon of hope.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18: Zimbabwe Broadcasting Reform

Zenzele Ndebele is a journalist, activist and entrepreneur. He will speak openly about the current state of radio in Zimbabwe and the need for the airwaves to be legitimised. With a variety of problems plaguing the radio landscape, this session will give great insight into this territory.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA: Radio For Change: Kirsty Watermeyer (99FM Namibia)

Kirsty Watermeyer (99FM Namibia) was nominated at the New York Radio
Festival for her weekly talk show, Master Your Destiny. Using radio to drive social and
environmental change, the show is a first in Namibia. The popularity of the programme has seen
it morph into a television show. Kirsty will share her strategy to changing society one show at a
time.
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18:Creating Award Winning Entries

Confused as to how the winners at the Liberty Radio Awards are chosen? Not understanding why you can’t break through? Join Lance Rothchild (CEO: Liberty Radio Awards) as he shares how the judging process works, what makes a winning entry and how you can join the winners in 2019!
05
JUL
2018

#RDA18: Talk Shop Nigeria

After independence in 1960, the instance of talk radio in Nigeria diminished substantially. Political interference and the need to control the narrative saw many talk-based stations close down. Talk is, however, regaining popularity despite a charged environment. Nelly Kalu (Talk Host: Nigeria Info FM) shares her own experiences of censorship and the rise of talk in Nigeria.

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