Broadcasting radio is a vital mass communication medium tightly connected with the everyday life of the general public and highly associated with social, political, economic, cultural, educational, technological, and entertainment developments. The business of communication in Taiwan began in 1928, and the National Education Radio (NER) first went on air on March 29th of 1960. After over four decades of continuous effort, NER has amassed a wealth of experience in the field with its seniority highly respected among the domestic mass media. Over the years, NER has always aimed at becoming a specialized broadcaster in culture and education. Under this mission, it has actively promoted relevant cultural and educational activities and has played an active role in deepening the roots of social education in order to further its goal of blending education with entertainment.
The Kaohsiung Substation and the Shoushan Transmission Station were established in 1984 and went into operation on June 15th of 1987. The Kaohsiung Substation is located in the Chiencheng District of the Kaohsiung City, adjoining the Hsiaokang International Airport and Kaohsiung Municipal Open University on the left, the Lingya District in the front with the Kaohsiung City Government and the famous Linden Hotel nearby, and the Kaohsiung Normal University and the Cultural Center on the right. The Kaohsiung Substation has a special advantage because of its central location and convenient transportation.
Radio Taiwan International (RTI) is the English name and call sign of the international radio service, the Central Broadcasting System (CBS) (Chinese: ?????? Pinyin: Zh?ngy?ng-gu?ngb?-diàntái) of the Republic of China, commonly known as Taiwan.
The Shih Hsin Radio Station’s first official broadcast was aired in 1958 on September 1, celebrated in Taiwan as Journalists Day. The station’s programs are produced and broadcast by students at the University who are interested in broadcasting, regardless of major. In the process of producing and broadcasting, a professionally trained faculty member is right there to offer help, answer questions-the result is that working at the radio station is an awesome training opportunity for students. The radio station has been a training ground for a huge number of broadcast professionals. It’s very nearly true that anywhere you go in the field, there are Shih Hsih alumnis who spent some time at the University’s radio station.
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