World Radio Day Tweet Chat - #WRDChat

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs invites you to a World Radio Day Twitter chat about how radio is used to improve global health and achieve development goals. Join in by using the #WRDChat tag on Monday, February 13 at 10:00AM EDT.

Radio reaches people around the world, in some of the most isolated areas and regions, and remains one of the most engaging mediums there is. For that reason, radio is a powerful tool for messages of social and behavior change.  In this Twitter chat, we’ll talk about how the public health community uses radio programs to inspire healthy behaviors. Whether you’re a radio producer, health or development professional, or simply a fan of either, you are invited to bring your experiences and opinions to the World Radio Day Tweet chat.
Follow @JohnsHopkinsCCP and join in with the #WRDChat hashtag on February 13, 10:00 EST.


Hosted by Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (@JohnsHopkinsCCP), this twitter chat will be guided by 6 discussion questions, ‘tweeted’ by the @JohnsHopkinsCCP account on February 13, from 10am ET to 11am.  These questions will kick off a live, real-time conversation open to any Twitter account. All questions, replies, and discussion should use the hashtag #WRDChat, so that others can follow along.