TV companies repositioning in the digital world need to be present in all platforms to include web, mobile, tablet and IPTV if they are to seize the digital opportunities and enhance their services, business and contribution to industry and society.
Delegates from more than 50 countries and regions across the globe have begun to arrive in Hanoi to participate in the Asia Media Summit 2011 and some seven pre-summit seminars and workshops.
The Voice of Vietnam (VOV), AMS host, has set up a welcome desk at the Noi Bai International Airport, manned by VOV staff and volunteer students from Hanoi University to assist arriving delegates and provide information about Hanoi and the AMS.
This year the World Television Awards 2011 winners are:
CATEGORY HUMANITY for the "Best Documentary Contributing to Conflict Resolution":
- Winner: “ALMOST FAMOUS: CLOSE-UP OF THE KATHOEYS” directed by Mark Pestana and broadcast by Channel NewsAsia, MediaCorp Pte Ltd - Singapore...
A lot of local warmth and hospitality from Vietnam await participants of the Asia Media Summit 2011 in Hanoi.
On 23 May 2011, the President of Vietnam Television, Mr. Tran Binh Minh, requests the pleasure of delegates at a welcome reception at 7:00 pm at the Sheraton Hotel, 11 Xuan Dieu, in Hanoi.
Myanmar is planning to set up a national media training college in the coming years to bring up first class talent for radio and television in the country and ASEAN at large.
On April 28th, 2011, at the invitation of Mr. U Winn Maw, Chairman of Forever Group, CEO of MRTV-4 and Adviser of Ministry of Information, Myanmar, AIBD Director Yang Binyuan attended the Myanmar Media Training College (MMTC) Planning Meeting in Yangon.
AIBD Director Yang Binyuan recently paid a visit to the Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS) to contribute for successful preparations of the Asia Media Summit 2012, which will be hosted by Thai PBS in Bangkok May 28-30, 2012. The visit was fruitful as it laid a solid foundation for the preparations of AMS 2012 in Thailand and provided an opportunity for AIBD and Thai PBS to strengthen bilateral cooperation. Director Yang Binyuan also made courtesy calls to ITU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific and UNESCO Bangkok office during the trip.
AIBD’s latest joint venture Mediahub has been introduced at this year’s MIPTV in the Palais des Festivals, Cannes, France. The energetic Mediahub team led by its general manager Dimitri Mendjisky, met key broadcasters and production houses from all over the world, of which 34 agreed to become content providers for Mediahub.
China Radio International (CRI) will pursue more initiatives with AIBD and ABU, actively engaging with broadcasters in the Asia-Pacific region to address the challenges of rapidly developing communication technologies and competition from new media platforms.
Preparations for the Asia Media Summit 2011, which will be hosted by the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) in Hanoi from May 23-25, 2011, are going smoothly and Hanoi is ready to welcome delegates from around the world to attend this important intellectual gathering and the biggest media event in Asia-Pacific.
AIBD Director Yang Binyuan paid an official visit recently to Hanoi to contribute for successful preparations of the Asia Media Summit 2011. The visit was very fruitful as it finalized most details of the AMS 2011 and provided an opportunity for AIBD and VOV to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the future.
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