UK Safer Internet launches new interactive Podcast site on iTunes
Online Safety; the easiest way to keep up to date
The UK Safer Internet Centre has launched an entirely new Podcast. Featuring interactive advice and debate as well all the latest news, fact and opinion from the world of Online Safety, listeners will be able to keep themselves up to date, at times that suite them. To start with, each of the 51 interviews from the marathon Safer Internet Day Live Internet Radio broadcast is included, allowing listeners to ‘listen again’ to any of these contributors whenever and wherever they wish. Contributors include the global authorities on Internet Safety such as Professor Tanya Byron, Professor Sonia Livingston and Government Ministers Tim Loughton or James Brokenshire.
These have been joined by regular monthly podcasts, containing Internet Safety news as well as topical debates and opinions. Also feeding in, will be examples of work from our corresponding Safer Internet Centres from across Europe – hear what they have to say. To contact the programme and propose a subject, or even participate in a debate, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep up to date; subscribe to the podcast now at http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/safer-internet-day-live-2011/id426399672?ign-mpt=uo%3D4
UK Safer Internet Centre – www.saferinternet.org.uk
The UK Safer Internet Centre is a collaboration between 3 leading online safety organisations, Childnet, SWGfL and IWF and is co funded by the European Commission as part of their Safer Internet Programme. For terms and conditions of use, please visit www.saferinternet.co.uk.