UNIDU radio gathers colleagues from region once again

Last weekend, the 17th international student radio seminar, HEAR ME, gathered around 50 students from 15 radio stations and radio shows from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, Serbia and North Macedonia. The seminar was hosted by students from UNIDU radio, which marks 15 years of its existence.

The programme commenced on World Student Radio Day live on UNIDU radio. Students presented their respective radios and the music they listen to. The seminar was officially opened by the lecture under the title ‘Where were we please?’ by the lecturer Zdravko Kedžo, PhD. He reflected on the importance of student radio sustainability, the importance of radio and highlighted the importance of writing radio news. The afternoon programme was held in the Student Dormitory, where the radio DJ of Ultra Split, Marino Kosor presented ideas on branding through social media within the round table ‘What are we to do next’.

On the second day of the seminar, the former members of student radio, and today employees at HRK, journalist Boris Kanazir and phonetician Ana Vlah held an interactive lecture ‘Language and speech in the media’. They pointed out the importance of a continuous self-education and of trusting speech and language experts. Another student radio alumni, and today musician and producer Žarko Dragojević held a workshop ‘Sound identity and production’. He explained production processes and elements. He reminisced about the very beginnings of the UNIDU radio, and presented new sound elements for the new seasons of the morning programme.

At the round table, students passed conclusions about future cooperation and about building a Student Radio Network as a platform to exchange content. The organisers expressed their wish to have UNIDU radio alumni in the future’s seminar as well because it is impossible not to reflect on the strong connection of many generations of journalists, who made their first journalist experiences at student radio and student radio shows. It was agreed that the next HEAR ME is to be held in April 2023 in Belgrade.

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