As a part of World Radio Day celebrations, the third edition of The Radio Fest (TRF) was hosted in Delhi in February 2020 in partnership with the UNESCO. We collaborated with TRF to chat with some of the most prominent faces of the Radio & Podcasting world. Turns out, Radio is here to stay and is thriving along with Podcasts. Tune in to listen to some interesting insights.
Archana Kapoor [ 17:47 ]
Archana Kapoor has had a versatile career as a filmmaker, activist and publisher before she founded The Radio Fest. She believes audio is a powerful medium that can reach every section of the society. Tune in to listen to her as she shares the idea behind establishing The Radio Festival, the importance of audio in media and growing market for Podcasts.
Ashita, Art Worm [ 06:34 ]
Ashita, Art Worm
In this episode, we chat with Ashita Singh, Senior Program Executive of UNESCO and co-founder of the Art Worms as she shares her experience at TRF. She also talks about the role of Community Radio in the digital world to exercise creativity and entertain people.
Needrup Zangpo [ 03:17 ]
In this episode, we speak to Needrup Zangpo, executive director of Bhutan Media Foundation, as he explains how radio can never go out of fashion being the fastest medium of communication.
Bijay Gautam [ 16:13 ]
Founder and Host of self-help podcast The Inspiring Talk, Bijay Gautam aims to provide insights and inspiration to listeners with every episode he records. He has helped over 100 people and 5 organisations launch their podcasts. Tune in to listen to his journey of how he quit his job to start his own podcast to becoming one of the top podcasters in India.
Naga Subramanya [ 06:36 ]
Naga is the host and curator of the Passion People Podcast and Co-founder of O2PodCollective. A podcast that focuses on the stories of people who follow their dream to make their passions manifest in tangible ways. Naga is Finance Professional and works on his podcast as he is passionate about meeting new people and sharing their stories with the world.