A tiger and frog come together at #frog12 for #frogradio12

Don’t panic, we’re not going to be genetically infusing a tiger and a frog. What we’re actually doing at this year’s International Learning Platforms Conference is broadcasting to you live through AndertonTiger Radio from 12:00. You’ll hear from Gareth Davies, Google and Microsoft as well as finding out what visitors think of this year’s biggest learning platforms conference.

You can get involved as well! You can ask questions and let us know what you think of the show by tweeting at #frogradio12, by sending a text to 07624 802272 or emailing studio@andertontiger.com

We’ll put the link up again to where you can listen closer to the event, but if you want to bookmark it now here it is www.AndertonTiger.com/Listen

Broadcaster Russell Pru has told us that he will have some special offers available to schools on the day of the conference, so if you’re interested in starting your own school radio station why not register for the conference here.

A bit of background to AndertonTiger Radio – The lowest cost digital turnkey radio station in the world

Anderton Tiger radio manufactures and sells school radio stations that are perfect for young inexperienced broadcasters to use. It helps to develop confidence in speaking and listening as well as creative problem solving skills.

Russell Prue regularly broadcasts live radio shows using the same kit, he is the driving force behind BETT radio, Safer Internet Day Live and his own branded Anderton Tiger radio shows.
He runs workshops in schools all over the UK so that young people can experience the thrill of live broadcasting. Russell is an awards winning ICT Evangelist who speaks at conferences about C21st learning and teaching. To find out more visit www.andertontiger.com

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