Free multi-track audio editor now available online

Journalists and editors can now access Myna, a free audio editing tool which lets users upload and edit multiple audio tracks.

Using Myna, users can either upload prerecorded audio clips or record new ones instantly, then add sound effects to them.

Myna is a product of Aviary, a suite of browser-based design tools, free to try.

بسام سبتي | September 30, 2009

As technology spreads, community radio stations reach the masses

In Kenya, where mobile telephone use has exploded in recent years, audiences of EcoNews Africa (ENA) radio are encouraged to call in to programs or text messages expressing their opinions.

Seth Palmer, IJNet Writer | June 15, 2009

Project in Bolivia aims to integrate rural and suburban radio stations

In Latin America, radio -- especially rural radio -- is facing huge challenges. As more people access information digitally, radio stations are seeking new ways to organize and broadcast content, despite a struggling infrastructure in many areas.

Mónica Bentivegna, IJNet Spanish Editor | June 10, 2009

Resource helps radio journalists report on HIV

Internews Neworks' Local Voices has produced a trainer's manual on how to conduct training courses for radio journalists on HIV reporting.

vmiranda | December 03, 2008

Broadcast Writing Tips

General rules, dos and don'ts of broadcast writing, courtesy of longtime journalist and media trainer Michelle Betz.

Michelle Betz | June 27, 2008

Microphone Placement

Keeping the microphone off-axis or at an angle to the speaker is crucial for many microphone to avoid plosives: the popping Ps and hard consonant Cs and Ks. Place the microphone roughly at 45 degrees, between the ear and the nose.

Cesar Miquel | June 27, 2008