** ROMANIA. Listener Day 2019 at IRR. (Radio Romania International)
Dear friends, on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019, we offer you take part in the already traditional at the IRR <Listener Day>, telling us about the role of international radio now, 30 years after the fall of many Communist regimes in Eastern Europe. Berlin fell in 1989 the wall and many states of the former Eastern bloc abandoned communism. This happened in the GDR, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria and Hungary.
In Romania, the communist regime fell on December 22, 1989. If until then, international radio stations from the East broadcast programs,
sharpened against Western states, and radio stations from the West – against communist states, after 1989 many of these radio stations
turned into channels for promoting the message of the countries from where the broadcast was conducted.
Broadcasting services have changed in different countries in different ways: turning into platforms for promoting the country, in stations that express views relevant states on various issues, or in tools export of democratic values.
This year, on the occasion of the <Listener Day> at the IRR, we want to ask you, in what should, in your opinion, be the role of international radio stations? What do you expect from an international radio station? Could you share with us any memories of how you listened international radio, and especially the IRR program?
We are waiting with great interest for your answers. You can send them to writing – by email, via Facebook, by regular mail or fax, as well as verbally in the form – if you want we will call you to write down your answer. [sic:] https://www.rri.ro/ru_en/%D0%94%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%8C_%D0%A0%D0%B0%D0%B4%D0%B8%D0%BE%D1 % 81% D0% BB% D1% 83% D1% 88% D0% B0% D1% 82% D0% B5% D0% BB% D1% 8F_2019-2605154
(Dmitry Kutuzov, Ryazan / “deneb-radio-dx”)
73! (Rus-DX Oct 13 via DXLD)
That`s translated from Russian. I still haven`t found an original English version of this on website — except for the same in 2017! (gh, DXLD)