AMS 2016 Inaugural Ceremony

Mr. Choi Yanghee, Korean Minister of Science, ICT and Future Planning (MSIP) said on Tuesday that the Asia-Pacific region, home to four billion people and the world’s dynamic economy will be able to leverage its long history and rich cultural heritage to lead the development of global broadcasting content. More

Message from the UN

UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon expressed Tuesday his concern about the “increasingly restrictive environment for media workers in many countries,” saying that constraints on freedom of expression are shackles on progress itself. More

Monetising Content

Broadcasters were urged to preserve good content by digitising and managing it efficiently in order to share this valuable resource to future generations and enable companies to make some money. More

Harmonious Integration

Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu of Bangladesh said on Tuesday traditional broadcasting and social media need not clash instead they should work towards harmonious integration in providing information, education and entertainment to audiences. More

Data Journalism

News organisations across the globe are increasingly using data journalism to find new and compelling ways of telling stories with numbers and infographics, and make people more engaged with information. More

Radio Content

Radio stations in developing countries are missing opportunities in making their content live after they’ve broadcast it. They must learn to broaden their audience “by making the most of their content - getting more listeners, more revenues and more exposure for their brand.” More

Social Media Community

Setting goals, creating realistic plans and strategies, defining the audience and platform to use to meet your objectives, and determining how to measure results are critical requirements for success in creating a vibrant social media community. More

Drones for News and Dramas

The use of drones or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) is increasingly becoming popular for content production on various media platforms. Drones have changed the ‘shooting environments’ in news and drama production, enriching content and viewers’ satisfaction. More broadcast stations are also beefing up their in-house capabilities for drone services. More

Documentary workshop in Fiji

Moving from Radio to TV the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation is already toying with some innovative ideas born out of Radio programmes. A good mix of creative youngsters and experienced Radio professionals does bring in an interesting mixture of programmes. More


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