World Radio Day is an international day celebrated on 13 February every year. UNESCO decided on this day at its 36th session on 3 November 2011.
1. Listen directly to World Radio events
Events happen all over the world. The theme is different every year, and every state in the United States will hold related activities and parties to celebrate.
2. Throw a broadcast-only party
yes! By throwing an all-radio party, you can be the most imaginative guy on the block. Invite your friends over and turn off the TV. Confiscate all cell phones (this should be fun). Then listened to the radio all afternoon. Hey, everyone has done this and they love it. You'll be amazed at the variety of entertainment, news and information you can get through the radio alone.
3. Listen to the original broadcast of "War of the Worlds."
In the past, radio was the only medium for news and entertainment. Even fictional plays were played on the radio. On October 30, 1938, CBS aired the drama "War of the Worlds." They just wanted to make it a Halloween prank, but unfortunately, not everyone got the part where it was presented as a "fictional" play. Many people believe that Earth has really been invaded by Martians. Chaos broke out on the streets of many cities. That's the power of radio.