Communication has greatly evolved over time. The way that we talked, moved, and interacted with each other was different a hundred years ago, but also very different just a few years back. Even if as communicators, we embrace and understand the art of communicating, we have had to be resilient and adapt to what the public needs from us in current times.
Malawi is located in the southeastern part of Africa. Covering over 120.000km2 and with a population of 20.5 million people, it is known as the “warm heart of Africa” because of how friendly its population is, something reflected in the latest interview given by Fr. David Niwagaba, director of Luntha Television to SIGNIS Services Rome.
Malawi has a rather rich media landscape, as it has 16 television stations, 5 of which are religious. Luntha Television is one of them. A project born in…
Sierra Leone is an Eastern African country that for years was afflicted by civil conflict, Ebola, and, most recently, covid. Home to almost 9 million people, it carries the scars of its past as it struggles to fully rise up again, but it does not let this hardship shadow the hope that the younger generations represent.
Music is an exceptional way to empower creativity. It can raise someone’s mood, get them excited, or make them calm and relaxed. Music allows us to feel nearly or possibly all emotions that we experience in our lives. The possibilities are endless. It is an art form that mutates immensely from town to town, and that carries with it history, culture, shared emotions, and stories.
Since 2017 the Central African country of Cameroon has been ravaged by guerilla warfare. The ongoing conflict has left thousands of people dead and forced many more to flee from their homes, resulting in thousands of children being out of school.
Movies impact us powerfully. The combination of images, music, lighting, and dialogue elicit deep emotions and make us reflect on our lives, making us better understand the world that surrounds us and the way our society operates. We can enjoy a movie at a theater, a cultural center, our living room, or even our portable devices via streaming.
In the region of Tabora, located in the Western part of Tanzania, there is a new voice of hope is being born. This area, home to more than two million people, has recently received the materials to build a new radio station in order to bring the Good News to the people and to keep them informed, entertained, and educated. The brand new Taa Bora FM will…
One of the founding pillars of SIGNIS is radio. Here we understand and appreciate how powerful it can be to have a local radio station, one that represents you and your community. Even if for decades people have predicted its extinction, radio has proved them wrong time and time again, and we too believe that it will prevail.