Beside their website , the United Nations also uses other media to communicate, most notably through its UN Radio and UN TV.
Since its foundation in 1946, UN Radio broadcasts content that includes weekly and daily radio programmes, newspots, features and interviews. It also does this in several languages: English, French, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Literary Arabic, Swahili and Bengali.
All programs are available via podcasts and RSS feeds.
The United Nations Television , is the public affairs television arm of the United Nations. It broadcasts live and recorded gavel-to-gavel meetings of various United Nations agencies and arms from around the world, including the General Assembly and the Security Council.