Radio garden


Radio Garden is a non-profit Dutch radio and digital research project developed from 2013 to 2016, by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (under the supervision of Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg’s Golo Föllmer), by the Transnational Radio Knowledge Platform and five other European universities.[1] According to the service, the idea is to narrow the boundaries from the radio.[2] It gained popularity in 2016 when it surpassed the 8,000 registered station mark and, as announced at The Radio Conference 2016: Transnational Encounters, went viral.

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