#RDA17 Breaking Barriers - Burundi

Radio remains a powerful and instant way to communicate news, share knowledge and engage with audiences. When traditional distribution becomes difficult or impossible, new methods of sharing the content emerge. The challenging political landscape in Burundi has created new radio distribution. Bob Rugurika tells us more.
6 Jul 2017 English South Africa Sports · Technology

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