Started in April 2005, the Radia network is an international informal network of community radio stations with a common interest in producing and sharing art works for the radio. In 2019, the network gathers 26 radio stations from 24 cities across 19 countries, speaking 12 different languages. It also organizes linked-up events and special broadcasts. Radia intends to be a space of reflection about today's radio and radio art. Its activities contribute to intercultural exchange and the circulation of artworks and artists.
The network's name freely refers to La Radia, Futurist manifesto written by Federico Tomaso Marinetti and Pino Masnata in 1933. The network's founders dropped the La to distance themselves from the Futurists' political views. As it stands alone, "radia" is simply "radio" or "radios" in some languages.
Check Radia website at radia.fm or the wikipedia entry for more info.