The International Children’s Day of Broadcasting, celebrated on the first Sunday of March, is a day when broadcasters around the world “Tune in to Kids”.  They air quality programming for and about children. But most of all, they allow children to be part of the programming process, to talk about their hopes and dreams and share information with their peers.   Every year, thousands of broadcasters in more than a hundred countries take part in the day, celebrating it in ways that are as unique and special as children themselves.

This site was conceived so that broadcasters and media organizations could share their plans for the upcoming ICDB and hopefully inspire colleagues to participate in this exciting day.  Click here for information on how to post your plans.


2 Responses to “About”

  1. chinhwebchannel Says:

    Chinh Children Advisory Council
    Chirag, Shruti, Nikhar, Galaxy
    International Children’s Day of Broadcasting Celebration

    1st March 2009
    Webcast of films made by children
    from Chinh Web Studio
    at chinh early education web channel

    2nd March 2009
    12:00 to 05:00pm

    Chinh Children Voice
    in collaboration with Gandhi Smriti & Darshan Samiti
    Launches “Sach Ka Homework” at
    Gandhi Smriti, 5, Tees January Marg, New Delhi-110011
    Sakshi Gulati 9818585131

  2. Efrain Toscano Sacsa Says:

    Felicitaciones por promover espacios en los medios de comunicación a favor de los niños y niñas.
    En el Perú tenemos un programa Radial conducido y producido por escolares (niños, niñas y adolescentes) de diversos colegios de Lima Perú desde hace 12 años (1999 -2011) a través de Radio Comas, el programa se llama Voces Escolares y se transmite todos los sábados de 8 a 9 Hras. también estamos en la red, si desean pueden escucharnos por internet en http://www.radiocomas.com, mayor información en nuestra web es: http://www.vocesescolares.com.

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