Garden radio ISRO is designed by Studio Moniker in Amsterdam

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Brief Outline: Now you can listen to worldwide radio even without earphone!!! This is from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) when you click the link, you can see the globe rotating.

Facts Check: Fake

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Now you can listen to worldwide radio even without earphone!!! This is from the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) when you click the link, you can see the globe rotating. There is the green dot on which you simply touch you can start listening...

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Facts Check Analysis: The viral message on the social media claiming to be a Global Radio being developed by ISRO is not true.  The message comes with the link where one can listen to the various stations.

As per theverge,  Radio Garden is a Transnational Radio Knowledge Platform traveling online exhibition designed by Amsterdam-based Studio Moniker and developed by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. It’s a project that aims to connect people worldwide through shared experiences.

The site’s Live function lets you zip around the world and sample different cultures’ stations with the click of a button while also demonstrating how shared some of our musical tastes really are. Each green dot on its map represents a new location, and therefore a different station. In the case of major locations like Amsterdam, Argentina, Nairobi, Paris, and so on, the site will let you choose from several stations in the area. Skipping around Europe, there are plenty of catchy electronica beats that offered something akin to a late night in New York City. Other continents, like South America and Africa, are far sparser in terms of available stations. The music there, however, provided a much-needed break in pace with less bump-and-grind and more melody.

As per playstore

Radio Garden allows you to listen to thousands of live radio stations world wide by rotating the globe.

Every green dot represents a city or town. Tap on it to tune into the radio stations broadcasting from that city.

By adding new stations every day and updating ones that no longer work, we hope to give you a smooth international radio listening experience.

Save your favourite stations for later listening: press the heart icon to add a favourite, then press the book icon to see your favourites.

Don't worry: the radio will keep playing, even if your phone goes to sleep.

Want to be surprised? Shake your phone to go to a random station!

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