AIBD is supporting The Dart Centre Asia Pacific Fellowships offer. This offer addressed to the journalists and their editors in the Asia-Pacific region is a special opportunity to improve coverage of tragic events.
The Entertainment TV Format workshop held recently in Jakarta was focusing on how to develop creativity for TV production and how to be able to select qualified content for entertainment program.
This In-Country workshop was held at the TVRI Training Centre in Jakarta from 19 November to 23 November 2012. The workshop was organised by AIBD with a consultant from Canal France International (CFI).
The 1st International Conference on Broadcast Training, organised by IPPTAR, Kementerian Penerangan Komunikasi dan Kebudayaan (KPKK) and AIBD will be held on 25-26 February 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This gathering will bring major broadcast training institutions from across the globe to discuss the pertinent topics facing the industry.
The Asia Media Summit (AMS) 2013, organised by AIBD and hosted by Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) together with Provincial and Local Governments will be held in Manado, Indonesia from 29 to 31 May 2013. Several pre-summit events will also be held from 26 - 28 May 2013.
AIBD with the support of FES organized a two-day training on Internal Audit which concluded on 30 November 2012. All staff members were provided with the opportunity to participate in the training, thus contributing to AIBD’s continued efforts to develop its own human resources.
Bangladesh NGOs Network for Radio and Communication (BNNRC), a national networking body working for building a democratic society based on the principles of free flow of information, equitable & affordable access to Information & Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) of remote & marginalized population, has become AIBD’s affiliate member.
Oceania Television Network (OTV), the first 24-hour television station dedicated to showcasing the unique culture and people of the Pacific islands, has become AIBD's affiliate member.
Preparations for the Asia Media Summit (AMS) 2013 in Manado, Indonesia are in full swing to make sure that the 10th AMS will be a resounding success and a unique celebration of media and diversity under the theme of “Delivering on Broadcasting’s Future”.
AIBD was recertified as meeting the requirements of ISAS BCP 9001: 2010. The certification is valid until October 2015 which is renewable at the end of the three year period. The certificate includes AIBD’s quality management systems and its core activities in training, consultancy, publication, content production, and conference and workshop organisation.
Bhutan TV - BBS is one of the youngest TV stations in the world, established in 1999. The number of TV channels in many places in Bhutan, are as in the rest of the world - a lot of international channels via cable and satellite.
For BBS, it is important to create their own programmes for children and youth, which takes care of Bhutanese culture and language.In addition, BBS focuses on parenting programme.
From 8 to 12 October, I had the pleasure of giving a workshop in Thimpu for 10 participants from the staff of BBS.
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