Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary General of the United Nations, urges broadcasters in Asia-Pacific to tell sustainable development stories in the region, including successes and setbacks that can “ serve as a model for the way forward and in offering solutions for tomorrow.”
Building authority, honesty, trust, credibility, and a sense of mission are some of the values public service broadcasters need to sustain their existence and growth in the fast changing media landscape.
Mr. Ricardo Saludo, Managing Director, Center for Strategy, Enterprise & Intelligence, Philippine recommends the posting of user instructions as one media literacy measure to educate the public about the press right at the point of watching, hearing and reading news and opinion.
EBU collaborates with AIBD and China Central Television (CCTV) to present their Master Class, an internationally recognized primary training format, on May 27-28. The theme for this Master Class edition is "Leading Change in the Newsroom".
Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS), Thailand, hosts this year’s Asia Media Summit of thought leaders, movers and shakers of the broadcast industry in Asia Pacific to be held in Bangkok from 29-30 May 2012.
Two workshops, one on digital broadcasting, opportunities, business and challenges, and the other on TV branding and visual identity, start today, 26 May 2012, signaling the start of the pre-events of the Asia Media Summit in Bangkok.
The Korean Communications Commission (KCC) and the Korea Internet & Security Agency (KISA) in partnership with AIBD organised the "Digital Switchover Techniques & Policy Course" from 9 May to 17 May 2012.
The results of the World Television Awards 2012 are:
CATEGORY HUMANITY for the Best TV Documentary "Promoting Religious Understanding and Tolerance”
- Winner: “DHARMA – WHERE DOES HAPPINESS LIE?” directed by Chan-Gyu, Yun and Geun-Young, Choi and broadcast by KBS ITV - Korea
17 journalists participated at the one-week workshop on AIBD/IPDC-UNESCO Sub-Regional Workshop on “Training of Journalists on Legal Awareness in an Era of Media Convergence,” held from April 23-27 in Kathmandu, Nepal. The workshop was hosted by Nepal Television.
Prominent speakers from a variety of backgrounds, be it major public and private broadcast organizations, new media agencies or other international institutions, will address the plenary sessions of AMS 2012.
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