From April 22 to 25, 2012, some 200 public service broadcasters from around the world gathered in Brisbane, Australia for the 29th CBA General Conference under the theme - Media Leadership in Crisis, Disaster and Emergency.
The world celebrated the ITU’s ‘Girls in ICT Day’ on 26 April 2012. In Malaysia, the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) and Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) held ITU’s ‘Girls in ICT Day’ programme under the auspices of the International Telecommunication Union-Universiti Utara Malaysia Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Rural ICT Development (ITU-UUM ASP CoE).
Ms. Moneeza Hashmi, General Manager of International Relations, HUM TV Pakistan has been unanimously re-elected for a second term as President of the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association (CBA).
A special Gala Dinner and Cultural Show will be held for all delegates on 29 May 2012 following the completion of the first day of the AMS 2012. The dinner will begin at 7:30 pm and will be held in the Centara Grand’s ballroom.
AIBD is pleased to welcome Myanmar Media United Co., Ltd. (MMU) as an affiliate member.
This is the last call for entries for the World Television Awards 2012.
The deadline for programme submission is 1 May 2012.
You only have one week to send us your programmes for:
- Category “Humanity” on “TV Documentary Promoting Religious Understanding and Tolerance”
- Category “Science/Environment” on “Preserving the Ozone Layer and Protecting the Earth"
The Asia Media Summit 2012 online registration deadline for participants has now been extended to 30th April 2012.
Indonesia will host the Asia Media Summit (AMS) 2013 in the city of Manado. This was announced at the Preparatory Meeting of the AMS 2013 on April 16 2012 in Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.
The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT), a non-proﬁt professional organization of women working in electronic and allied media, has become AIBD’s affiliate member.
The World Television Awards are open to all broadcasters in Asia, Pacific, Europe, Africa, and North & South America from public, private sector and freelance producers.
The deadline for programme submission is now extended to 1 May 2012.
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