The Use of Radio Broadcast, Internet, and Podcasting in A Family Life Education Program
This article discusses the use of three technologies in an Extension family life program: a professionally produced radio program, Family Album Radio, available to stations nationwide; an Internet presence through a companion Web site; and a podcasting feature making the program available to subscribers via the Internet. We explain the development of the program through a partnership across several units at a major land-grant institution and provide evidence of the program's success, using data from the program's Web site traffic. We conclude with a discussion of the potential of this multifaceted program for family life education.
Smith, S., & Davis, D. (2008). The Use of Radio Broadcast, Internet, and Podcasting in A Family Life Education Program. The Journal of Extension, 46(2), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss2/16