WORLD RADIO DAY 2015 at ITU, Geneva-266

On 12 February 2015, as part of  World Radio Day celebrations,  46 engineers and developers arrived at ITU for EBU RadioHack 2015 to try, test and modify projects in digital and hybrid radio. The freeform workshop enabled the experts to experiment with the newest techniques and equipment, developing fresh ideas for tools and services in […]

mobile-myth-blog

At first glance, the numbers seem staggering. Global mobile phone penetration is 96 percent. In sub-Saharan Africa, where 47 percent of the population lives on less than $1.25 a day, mobile data use is expected to grow twentyfold by the end of 2019, according to a June 2014 mobility study by Ericsson. It is predicted there […]

radio-blog

Internet did not kill the radio star! Twenty years after the birth of Internet Radio in 1995 seemed to predict radio broadcasting’s demise, yet it is more widely used than ever. We listen to it in the car, on our phones and mobile devices, at work, in the gym – despite Television and the Internet, […]

climate-neutral-blog

Climate change is one of the biggest global challenges we face, and tackling this issue requires completely rethinking the way we live, work and do business. Aware of this, and in response to the call made by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in 2007, ITU has made significant progress towards climate neutrality in recent years. The […]

youth-innovation-blog

To commemorate our 150th anniversary, ITU has organized a year of events to celebrate ‘information and communication technologies (ICTs) as drivers of innovation’. February’s theme ‘youth and innovation’, simultaneously highlights the impact that ICTs have on youth, especially when considering online safety, and the contributions that young people make towards the development of technology. Young […]

safer-internet-day-blog

Every year, as information and communication technologies (ICTs) become more readily available and widespread, more young people are growing up surrounded by technology. Under 25 year olds account for a little less than half of the world’s population (42.8 per cent) and ITU estimated that they accounted for 45 per cent of global internet users […]

sanou-feb2015-blog

Developing countries can leapfrog their development pursuits by leveraging information and communication technologies (ICTs). Such technologies have demonstrated the capability to facilitate the flow of information, vital for the marketing of goods and services by developing countries to potential customers that may be thousands of kilometres away, through the establishment of websites and telemarketing. Transactions […]

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