«Radio is a powerful tool. Even in today’s world of digital communications, radio reaches more people than any other media platform. Radio conveys vital information and raises awareness on important issues. And it is a personal, interactive platform where people can air their views, concerns, and grievances. Τhe radio can create a community. » - Α. Guterres, UN Secretary-General
Radio activates the sense of hearing and offers daily to many of us, selfless companionship at home, in the office, while studying or in the car.
But what is it like to be an active part of the Radio world? What does it mean to be a radio producer? How does the agenda of the show emerge? What are the opportunities and the challenges of this profession? What is the listener’s role? How can the SNFCC and NLG host the right facilities for a radio station and what is the required equipment?
During this Sunday meeting, we will have the pleasure to host and discuss with the head of the “Athina 9,84” radio station, Margarita Mytilineou, who will share with us experiences from her perennial presence in the field, historical events of the Radio journey, as well as the Greek Radio. At the same time, we sneak into a backstage tour only for our Members in the recording studios of the National Library of Greece, where the technicians will make a brief presentation of the studios’ equipment usage and operation.
* World Radio Day is established by UNESCO and is celebrated annually on February 13th.
Sunday 13/2 | 12.00 – 14.00*
Multifunctional Space NLG & NLG Studios
* 12.00 - 12.30 Visit to the NLG studios
12.30 - 14.00 Discussion
Up to 20 participants – Members only
Free entrance via online pre-registration
According to the latest measures to protect public health from the risk of spreading COVID-19, a valid vaccination certificate or a disease certificate, is required for the public to enter the event venue, as the venue operates as a pure venue. The above applies to adults. Μinors from 4 to 17 years old may, alternatively, submit a statement of negative self-diagnosis (self test) of the last twenty-four hours, a certificate of PCR (72 hours) or rapid (48 hours) diagnostic test, in accordance with the recent government measures.
The use of face mask and social distancing measures are mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.
A parallel identity check will be carried out on the persons who show the required certificates, as provided by law.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.