Today, Sunday, February 13, the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies organized a symposium entitled: Radio in Libya, its history and future.
On the occasion of World Radio Day
The meeting and the guests were prepared by Mr. Khaled Bouzakouk.
He hosted Mr. Muhammad Al-Salehin Basikri, a veteran radio broadcaster in Libya, a sound engineer, and a contemporary of the founding of the Libyan radio.
He talked about the history of the radio, its origins, the most prominent programs, and the oldest broadcasters and technicians who worked on the radio. May God have mercy on those who passed to his mercy, and may God protect the living.
It also hosted the young man Abdul Qader Al-Hilali, a young broadcaster and news presenter.
He talked about the future of radio in light of competition, the existence of programs and satellite channels, social communication, the role of youth and their programs in radio, and the competitive and creative field.
The attendees were given the opportunity to express their various interventions and ideas. Ms. Hanan Al-Falah’s intervention was about the little broadcaster program in the school, and the importance and benefit of this program in developing the skills and creativity of the child.
There were other interventions from the attendees, in which they talked about their experiences with radio, their stories, the influence of ancient and contemporary radio, and the necessity of development.
Everyone sent happy congratulations to all radio broadcasters in Libya, wishing a speedy recovery to all patients, and mercy to all who passed away to God’s mercy.