The International Metropolitan Broadcast Media Cooperation Forum, organized by China Radio International (CRI) was held in Beijing on December 2nd, 2011, followed by the grand gathering on December 3rd marking CRI’s 70th anniversary. AIBD Director Yang Binyuan was invited to speak at the inaugural session of the Forum.
AIBD extends its deepest condolences to the Board of Directors, the Staff of Maharaja Group (MTV) and the members of the family on the sudden passing away of Mr Mano Wikramanayake, Group Director, Electronic Media Business of the Maharaja Group (MTV) in Sri Lanka.
AIBD Director Yang Binyuan paid an official visit to Nepal from November 21 to 24 to contribute for successful preparations of the 38th Annual Gathering and 11th AIBD General Conference & Associated Meetings, which will be hosted by Nepal Television (NTV) in Kathmandu, Nepal from July 25 to 27, 2012.
"Soap Opera: From the Idea to the Production" is the second regional workshop of the third year training programmes dedicated to TV content, formats and visual dynamics supported by the French Government and AIBD. From November 14 to 17, 2011 in Manila, Philippines, the local TV channel GMA hosted the workshop, which included participants from Media Prima (Malaysia), SCTV (Indonesia) and GMA.
The PRIX JEUNESSE Interactivity Prize honours excellence in digital extensions of a broadcaster's multiplatform strategy, for a children's TV programme or series. Enter your best websites, games and mobile apps connected to your children's programmes!
Amidst snowing the Sub-Regional Workshop on Media and Good Governance started on Tuesday 8th November 2011 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Twenty participants are taking part in the workshop.
Registration for the Mediahub Market opened on 1st of November, 2011. The Mediahub Market 2012 is comprised of 54 exhibitor stands, however only 35 of them are still available.
The first in a series of Sub-Regional Workshops on Media and Good Governance for Central Asia started on Monday 31st October in Almaty, Kazakhstan for journalists from Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. Mr Philippe Rochot a veteran journalist from France Television is conducting this 5-day workshop, which will end on Friday 4th December 2011.
AIBD Director Yang Binyuan, together with AIBD Programme Manager, Saqib Sheikh, attended Public Broadcasters International (PBI) 2011 from 26 to 29 October in Singapore. The conference is in its 20th edition and gathered some 200 members of the global public broadcasting industry.
UNICEF’s Communication for Development Team (Division of Policy and Practice) has extended an invitation to AIBD members to the launch of “Communicating with Children: Principles and Practices to Nurture, Inspire, Excite, Educate and Heal”
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