AIBD is pleased to announce the winners and runners-up of the World Television Awards 2014:
CATEGORY HUMANITY for the Best TV Documentary "Promoting Children's Rights"
- Winner: "The Dark Side of the Chocolate" directed by Miki Mistrati and broadcast by ARD – Germany
- Runner-up: "Invisible Children: In the City, Nobody Knows" directed by Yoon Young-Sik, Kim Myung-Suk & Kim Min-hoe and broadcast by KBS – Korea
CATEGORY SCIENCE / ENVIRONMENT for the Best TV Programme "Building Resilience to Climate Change"
- Winner: "1 Ton Project" directed by Won Hye Young and broadcast by Busan MBC – Korea
- Runner-up: "The Human Condition" directed by Shin Mijin, Jeon Onnuri, Son Suhee, Lee Jeongwook and broadcast by KBS – Korea
The final jury session of the World TV Awards 2014 took place 3 and 4 April 2014 at the AIBD office in Kuala Lumpur.
World TV Awards 2014, jury session
38 entries were received from 18 countries for the category Humanity and 26 entries were received from 12 countries for the category Science/Environment.
Mr John Maguire, Director of International Development of France Médias Monde (FMM), France chaired the international jury.
Jury of the World TV Awards 2014
with Mr. Yang Binyuan, AIBD Director (fourth from right)
The other members of the jury were:
- Mr Deng Wu, Executive Journalist, China Central Television (CCTV), China
- Mr Tyro Ahn, Coordinator, International Relations Department, Korean Broadcasting Systems (KBS), Korea
- Mr Jack Nadarajah, Deputy Director Programme Content Section, Radio Television Malaysia (RTM), Malaysia
- Mr Kalle Furst, Consultant for NRK and Director of Furst & Father, Film and TV Ltd, Norway
- Mr Emad Al Asfar, Advisor for Programs, Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation (PBC), Palestine
- Mr Anothai Udomsilp, Director of Academic Institute of Public Media, Thai Public Broadcasting Service (TPBS), Thailand
- Ms Satwant Kaur, Regional Information Officer, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Thailand
The World TV Awards 2014 are supported by Arab States Broadcasting Union (ASBU), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK), Radio TV Malaysia (RTM) and The Islamic Broadcasting Union (IBU).