AIBD is pleased to join with its partners and supporting organizations in conducting five Pre-Summit workshops to be held prior to the main Asia Media Summit 2013 in Manado, Indonesia from 26-28 May.
AIBD is pleased to announce the winners and runners-up of the World Television Awards 2013. ABC Australia is the winner of the category Humanity for the Best TV Documentary “Dealing with Natural Disaster”, while FBC Fiji won the category Science/Environment for the Best TV Programme “Creating Ozone Safe Generations”.
This is the last call for entries for the World Television Awards 2013. You only have one week to submit us your programmes for the categories "Humanity" and "Science/Environment". The deadline for programme submission is Tuesday 30 April 2013.
The deadline for online registration for the Asia Media Summit 2013 is Monday, 15 April 2013. For foreign delegates, please note your country’s specific visa requirements for visiting Indonesia and make the necessary visa arrangements well in advance prior to your arrival. Foreign delegates are encouraged to book their flights early as well.
From 18 to 22 March 2013, AIBD organised an in-country workshop on Children's TV Programme hosted by Vietnam Television (VTV) in Hanoi. This activity aimed at providing the participants an introduction to children's perception of media, as well as an introduction of working methods to make them excellent media-workers with and for children.
URTI will celebrate its 32nd International Grand Prix for Author’s Documentary during the 53rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival from 9-13 June 2013. Participants are invited to register their documentaries before April 15th, 2013.
Considering the importance of the topics and anticipating an overwhelming response from Television Programme Producers, the final deadline for programme submission is now extended to Tuesday 30 April 2013.
From 4 to 8 March 2013, AIBD organised a workshop on Children's TV Programme for NBT in Bangkok. 19 participants from various regional stations in Thailand were split into three groups with the task of drafting three programmes for children: drama, documentaries and game shows.
The Asia-Pacific Media Alliance for Social Awareness (The Media Alliance) and CSR Asia are organising a one-day seminar on “The CSR practices and policies of the Media, Advertising and Entertainment Sectors in Asia” in both Hong Kong (Tuesday 7 May 2013) and Singapore (Wednesday 8 May 2013).
BroadcastAsia2013, Asia's largest representative, integrated show for pro-audio, film and TV, is back yet again on the 18 – 21 June 2013 at Levels 4 & 5 of the iconic Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
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