Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Radio’s future lies in its tactics, in its modes and methods of deployment. By matching cheap technology with instantaneous networks and open standards, radio and its innovators open up a future that has the potential to mirror the frenzied experimentation of the 1900s. By combining the broadcasting vision of one hundred years ago with the experimental technology of today, radio’s tactical future will benefit local urban stations in Berlin as much as early-warning systems in East Asia or networked community broadcasters in Rwanda’s Great Lakes.

Excerpt from my article Frequency Response on radio and tactical media.

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