The First celebration of the World Radio day in Mongolia. A seminar on "Radio Is You"

The First celebration of the World Radio day in Mongolia. A seminar on "Radio Is You" for Radio Broadcasters was successfully organized in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

Mongolia is celebrating the World Radio Day for the first time this year.

Communications Regulatory Commission, Mongolia has initiated the World Radio Day Celebration in collaboration with all Radio Broadcasters and related NGOs in the sector and organized “Radio Is You” seminar for all radio broadcasters in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

As we are Regulator for the ICT sector including Broadcasting, we highly appreciate Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO for recommendations urging regulator and radio broadcasters to celebrate the World Radio Day in Mongolia.

In the Seminar, interesting presentations on various important issues under the theme of World Radio Day were made by related NGOs such as Glob International NGO, Media Council of Mongolia and Ethics Committee of Radio TV Broadcasting and the related issues were discussed during the seminar.

The Presentation topics were:

  • RADIO AND AUDIENCES
  • LAWS, LEGISLATIONS AND RADIO
  • MEDIA SELF REGULATION
  • MEDIA ETHICS

As well as the following presentations were made by the Communications Regulatory Commission and the related issues were discussed during the seminar.

  • RADIO BROADCASTING CURRENT AND FUTURE TRENDS : Radio frequency monitoring results, Spectrum occupancy measurement frequency
  • RADIO BROADCASTING REGULATION AND PROGRAM MONITORING RESULTS

The seminar on "Radio is You" was successfully organized  during the World Radio Day in Mongolia.

As well as some Radio Stations such as FM 91.7, FM 101.7 actively participated in the celebration of World Radio Day and organized various interesting activities to celebrate the World Radio day. /These events also registered in the website by the Radio stations/

We do hope that the Event will bring wider participation from all the radio broadcasters throughout the country and will be more efficient for the sector and the audiences next year.

 

 

  • UNESCO National Commission