With students from over 80 countries who speak almost as many languages, the only international college radio station in Israel is a hub of global voices.

IDC International Radio shares Israel's voices with the world

 

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If there is one place in Israel that shows the country’s immense cultural diversity, it’s the IDC International Radio station. With students from over 80 countries who speak almost as many languages, the only international college radio station in Israel is a hub of global voices.
 
Broadcasting from the cutting-edge radio studios of the Sammy Ofer School of Communications, the radio is run by students, who host, produce and edit quality shows on a wide variety of subjects.
These international students, who live in Israel, are able to infuse a unique global perspective into their knowledge of Israeli life, culture, current affairs, music and more.  In short, they are sharing their experience on life in Israel with the world.

The radio reaches global audiences by partnering with college and Jewish radio stations around the world. The IDC International Radio creates special one-off programs for its international partners, as well as regular weekly programs.

The radio’s goal is to become a central place for Jews in Israel and Jewish audiences around the world to meet, interact, learn and have a good time, while listening to shows on music, culture, current affairs, sports, humor and Judaism.

With its unique resources and drive to spread the word about what’s really going on in Israel, the IDC International Radio produces content that is fun, honest, down-to-earth and insightful.

Here is a video with more information on the IDC International Radio and its many faces!