AIBD is pleased to announce its collaboration with the UN agencies to organize the Pre-Summit workshop on “MDGs: The Final Push – Media’s Role”. The workshop will review the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) ahead of the 2015 deadline and identify priority MDG goals that are still achievable with a 'final push', and what role media can play in this. The seminar will assist broadcasters in developing engaging stories on MDGs in their own countries and in understanding how to utilize the UN as a valuable source in this pursuit. The workshop will take place on 28 May 2012.
URTI organizes, with the support of UNESCO and the entirety of the international audiovisual organizations, the first audiovisual International Grand Prix. 81 countries were thus represented for the 2011 edition.
The closing date for entry is Monday 16 April 2012. Every TV channel has the opportunity to register 2 documentaries.
Through AIBD’s arrangement, Forever Group in Myanmar and MRTV-4 have received various trainings and workshops concerning with different broadcasting fields in the past few years and have trained skillful employees and trainees for the organization.
Two workshops were held recently in Bangkok. The first from 27th February to 1st March, under the auspices of the ITU Asia Pacific Centres of Excellence, was a Workshop on Transition to Digital Terrestrial TV Broadcasting. AIBD, as the Centre of Excellence for Broadcasting in Asia Pacific, was one of the organizers for the event hosted by NBTC.
Launched annually on the occasion of International Women’s Day (8 March), Women Make the News (WMN) is a global policy advocacy initiative aimed at promoting gender equality in the media. The theme for this year is Rural women’s access to media and information.
Fourteen TV producers and directors from across the Asia-Pacific region have explored the media’s role in spreading awareness about the links between ozone depletion and climate change.
From February 27-29, 2012, they took part in a three-day Asia-Pacific Media Workshop on the Linkages between Ozone Depletion and Climate Change organized by the Asia-Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) with support from the OzonAction Programme of the United Nations Environment Programme – Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (UNEP-ROAP)...
AIBD is proud to announce the call for entry for the AIBD Television & Radio Awards 2012, open to all members.
Singapore Exhibition Services (SES) and the Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development (AIBD) are pleased to announce their joint collaboration in co-presenting the third Creative Content Production Conference this year.
The 2nd ABU-AIBD partnership meeting was held on 14th February 2012 and was hosted by AIBD.
Mr Yang Binyuan Director, AIBD welcomed Dr Javad Mottaghi, Secretary-General of Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU) and the senior representatives of ABU’s Technology, Programming and News departments at the annual partnership meeting. They were Mr Sharad Sadhu, Director Technology, Mr Takeshi Doki, Director Programming and Mr Se-Deuk Ahn, Director News.
AIBD is pleased to extend the deadline of its annual online AIBD Questionnaire on Developmental Needs of Members to Friday 24 February 2012 for the convenience of its members.
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